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Holiday Availability Is A Freelance Selling Point

Holiday availability could help you get more freelance jobs.

Your Vision Will Require Sacrifices

You set your goals and outlined your plans. But have you thought about what you’ll have to sacrifice?

American English vs. British English: Are You Ready For Foreign Work?

American freelancers may assume they can write British English. British freelancers may assume they can write American English. If you’re in either crowd, read this before you apply.

What To Do About An Unpaid Invoice

You sent an invoice. You haven’t received payment. Here’s what you should do.

The Reminder From Losing A Major Freelance Client

If we spend more time pursuing opportunity, we may spend less time dealing with misfortune.

Don’t Allow Freelance Clients To Hijack Your Schedule

Controlling your time is an important part of freelancing. Losing a grip on that control can hurt you in more than one way.

Are You Responsible For Your Freelance Rut?

If you dread your work and you’re tired of spinning wheels, you’re probably to blame.

Where To Find Free Wi-Fi

8 places where you can find free Wi-Fi and you don’t have to spend any money

One Reason Freelancers Become Failed Bloggers

Freelancing for a living seems to be the perfect stepping stone for a successful blog. But, it can actually be the reason it fails.

Why Freelancers Need To Know Their Cost Of Living

Your cost of living is a key factor in freelance finance.

Is It Time To Cut Funding For Neglected Projects?

Have you been plowing money into projects you’re not working on? I did. But not anymore.

Track Your Freelance Expenses, Have More Money

Here’s why you should get into the habit of tracking all your expenses, all the time.

Stop Overpaying For Your Money

Chances are you can find ways to get more of the money you earn.

Money Making May: Focusing On The Funds

There’s no shame in being motivated by money. That’s what Money Making May is all about.

Writing With A Monkey On Your Back: The Fear Of Bad Writing

Stop expecting perfection. You’ll write more, and you’ll write better.