I’ve been entertaining this idea in my mind for a little while now. Since I’ve been (poorly) attempting to manage my days with blocks of time for work, play, etc – I always find myself not being able to take a step away from work. While I love my job, it’s flexibility, and the outcome, I never find enough time to enjoy one of the main reasons I started freelancing: to spend time with my son.
Posts about freelancing
I’ll be the first to say it: Freelancing sucks for your social life. While the ladies love guys who own their own business (can’t say their eyes don’t glitter), when they realize you work from home, one word comes to their minds: “easy”. But we know that freelancing is by no means an “easy” job – far from it. We have a myriad of different responsibilities to juggle. So what can we do as freelancers to prove that we’re doing something worthwhile?
Since I just got out of a three-year-long relationship, I can easily look back and make a long list of all the mistakes that I’ve made during it. Some days, I consider freelancing to be one of them.