4 Office Options for Freelancers Tired of Home Working

As a freelancer, keeping overheads down can often be vital. With no fixed salary and no definite assurances about future work, freelancers often choose to work from home to cut costs, as you avoid having to fork out on a daily commute and office space. However, as many freelancers will attest, home working has its … Continue reading “4 Office Options for Freelancers Tired of Home Working”

4 Time Management Practices That Are Crucial For Your Freelancing Career

Let’s face it; the life of a freelancer is a demanding one. Most especially if you’re just starting out. By this time, you’d need to take time in doing things that are very crucial in setting up and running your business. You would definitely have to take time to set up your portfolio, cold pitch … Continue reading “4 Time Management Practices That Are Crucial For Your Freelancing Career”

3 Skills to Master in The Gig Economy

Never before in the history of organized work, the term career had such a flexible meaning. Today, there is no fixed definition or paradigm for it. The Gig Economy gives us a chance to redefine our career everyday. One can be a photographer today and a content writer tomorrow. In such a scenario, how do … Continue reading “3 Skills to Master in The Gig Economy”

10 Free Tools Freelancers Must Use to be more Efficient

Being a freelancer is a hustle. You need to worry about getting the clients, delivering the projects within a timeline, getting paid, and then getting more clients. With so many moving parts in the freelance work, you need to be at the top of your game and get all the support you can. One area … Continue reading “10 Free Tools Freelancers Must Use to be more Efficient”

Careers That Don’t Require You To Work A Regular 9 to 5

Many people around the world seek for that little bit more than just a regular 9-5 job. That might be because you want to travel the world, or even because you want to settle down and have a family, with the option of being at home as much as possible. This doesn’t have to mean … Continue reading “Careers That Don’t Require You To Work A Regular 9 to 5”

5 Tips for New Freelancers When Working With Small Business

I started my online wine club, called Uncorked Ventures about (amazingly) 9 years ago.  Over the years, I’ve hired freelancers for any number of jobs. Many of my experiences with freelancers have been positive.  A few of them though were frustrating because I felt like the freelancer didn’t have realistic expectations for my small business. … Continue reading “5 Tips for New Freelancers When Working With Small Business”

7 Tools You Need to Bring Your Freelance Career into the 21st-Century

A 2017 study predicted that within ten years—or sooner—the majority of the US workforce will perform freelance work. The pool of freelancers is steadily increasing as perceptions of freelance work become more positive and as it becomes easier to find work online. Undoubtedly the rise of the internet as well as other technologies and tools have … Continue reading “7 Tools You Need to Bring Your Freelance Career into the 21st-Century”

7 Uncommon Freelance Jobs for Millennials and Gen Z

Modern technologies keep advancing all the time. Therefore, career opportunities are immense nowadays. It is worth mentioning that freelance work is becoming increasingly popular. Currently, the number of self-employed workers among Millennials has extremely raised and by 2020 around 40 percent of workers in the United States are expected to be independent contractors. If you want … Continue reading “7 Uncommon Freelance Jobs for Millennials and Gen Z”