Category: Freelancing

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...

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...

Why All Freelancers Should Monitor Their Reputations

Every piece matters! When you work with a larger company, you can use that company’s reputation to build up your own. Surely, since that company is amazing, you must be amazing too, right? At the same time, when you contract...

What to Do When Writer’s Block Strikes

If you are a writer by profession, like me, then it would probably be safe to say that you have gone through hours, even days, of not being able to write even when you know you need to. Deadlines looming...

The Joys and Challenges of Working from Home

Not everyone is given the opportunity to work from the comforts of their own home, and I am very fortunate to be able to do so. This gives me the chance to not only avoid the daily commute associated with...

10 Marketplaces to Sell Your Digital Products

Selling digital products is one of the best way to make money online. Not worrying about inventory, shipping, or damaged goods is definitely a huge perk. As long as they have an internet connection, your customers can be anywhere in the world to purchase...

A Creative’s Brief Guide to Productivity

Maintaining productivity at a rapid but high quality level is a daunting task. It can seem overwhelming to even try to begin. How can you keep yourself going without burning out? How do you know that you’re heading down the...

7 Ways to Stop Buying Things You Don’t Need

If you're like most people, you probably have purchased things that you really did not need. Whether it was a new blouse or cell phone cover, buying things you do not need can add a lot of clutter to your...

3 Things that Should Motivate You to Have an Emergency Fund

First, let’s  go over a quick definition of an emergency fund. When I use those words, I’m simply referring to an amount of money that you’ve set aside in the amount of somewhere between $3,000 and $10,000 dollars. This money...