Let’s face it. Maintaining internal motivation as a freelancer is anything but easy. Even if your livelihood depends on finishing your project, you’ll still find yourself slipping.
Financial management is, by far, the most difficult thing I do as a freelancer. Some freelancers won’t broach this subject, but we talk about everything on Realistic Freelancers.
In this article, I’m going to share five secrets to succeeding in the freelance world. You don’t have to follow all of these tips to succeed – but they’ll certainly help!
In the summer of 2016, about a year into my career as a full-time freelance writer, I came up with a list of criteria to help with finding clients. In this post, I want to share some of those ideas with you.
In this post, I want to answer some of the most common questions I’m asked about my career. We’ll start with a freelance definition and go from there.
There’s no escaping it – you will eventually find yourself inundated with frustrating freelance clients.
So, freelance careers interest you. Something about working from home (and working creatively) appeals to you. You aren’t alone.
Before you really start getting into this blog, I want to give a few notices. And I want to share some important information about how to become a freelancer.