Category: Freelancing


Getting Paid: What to Do About Deadbeat Clients

Working for yourself is a dream come true. The home office lets you blend family time with a schedule that pays the bills. However, there is one unsavory character than can throw a wrench in your home-work juggling plan: the...

/ September 6, 2013

5 Must Read Books for Freelancers

As a freelancer, you don’t have one person telling you what to do or how to do it.  You have to find your own work. This may involve meeting and working with a bunch of clients. Your brain is a...

/ August 29, 2013

How to Become a Freelance Illustrator

So you’ve decided to quit the 9-5 trend and try your hand at freelance illustration… Some things to consider before you get started: Freelance illustration doesn’t pay right away. It can take months, or even years before you’re making enough...

/ August 20, 2013

Why Companies Should Consider Giving Their Employees Time to Work From Home

Some people have asked me numerous times why on Earth I resigned from my job in a company that was considered stable. I have to admit, quitting from a post that was considered steady and offered me some security did...

/ June 7, 2013

4 Of The Best Ways To Promote Yourself As A Freelancer

Being a freelancer isn’t always as easy as people make it out to be, but it can offer the dream life where you’re able to work your own hours, earn good money and also, work on projects that you’re passionate...

/ June 5, 2013

10 Money-Saving Life Hacks

With a suffering economy many of us are tightening our belts and our wallets. However, before you run to the bank to take out a second loan or apply for that second (or third) job, check out these ten simple...

/ June 4, 2013

Where to Find the Inspiration to Get Up and Work

If you are a telecommuter like me, then chances are, you enjoy the freedom working from home gives you. No need to get up and drive to the office in rush hour traffic and sit behind a desk counting the...

/ June 3, 2013

Essential Tools Every Writer Should Know and Have

Being a writer is a difficult job, especially when you rely on your skills for a living. You must be able to convey your ideas and make sure to relate to them in a manner that readers can understand. At...

/ May 30, 2013

Tips on Surviving the Financial Crisis

Countries and people across the globe are having major financial issues, with thousands of employees constantly getting laid off. If you’re in America, I’m sure you’re aware that over 47 million people currently rely on food stamps. Europe’s economic crisis is now...

/ May 24, 2013

5 Reasons Why Freelancers Should Accept Online Payments

More and more people are discovering the pleasures of freelancing. Whether they decide to freelance on a full-time basis or just to supplement their income, it’s a way to gain some control in a unique way. Accepting online payments can...

/ May 21, 2013