Working from home may sound like a dream job, but it may be hard to handle everything that you need just by yourself sometimes. There are many situations in which people find themselves lost, because they don’t have a great plan. Let’s say that you have a family, like most of us do, or at least you live with a roommate, a friend, or with someone else. How to make time for everything? We will guide you through some different situations and help you to find the right answer for your particular ‘problem’! Let’s start!
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Working as a freelancer has its perks and its flaws. It is important to start your day on the right track to be as productive as possible but also as motivated as possible. So what makes one day more productive and more enjoyable than another? Let’s take a look at some simple pieces of advice that could change the way you start your mornings.
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This is an issue that is mostly bothering new people who have entered the freelance world and feel that they should accept almost any offer that comes their way. What a lot of them forget is that experience is gained through work, some more challenging projects can’t be done without it and you have none. Think about the job offer before you make a move, take a moment to sit back and imagine yourself working on that project. If everything is telling you that you aren’t fit for it, then it’s better to say no then to get bad feedback before even starting your freelance career.
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This is a common issue that we all encounter during our freelance career. You enter a space where you find a wide range of prices that sometimes make absolutely no sense. Some article writers will charge per hour, some per word and their price range can be pretty wide. You, as a newcomer become confused and have no idea what to do. Should you follow the one that has the lowest price, the one in the middle or the one with the highest price? The answer is none. You should always have a minimum price for your work calculated before you start sending the proposals. Continue reading “How much should you charge for your work as a Freelancer?”
So you started freelancing, finally quit your 9 to 5 job and made your dreams a reality. Remember that time when you were telling everyone “if I could work from home I would be able to work 10 hours a day!” How did that turn out? It took me about 3 months to start slacking and delaying my work for tomorrow that never came. I always ended up working on weekends because of this and I know a lot of you have the same problem. So what can we do about it? Here are my ten cents. Continue reading “Time Management Tips To Make Your Day More Productive”