In reality, the term, “Good Living” is subjective. What I may think of as “good” may be completely different than what you imagine. With that being said, all I can really do is offer my experiences in working from home and how it impacts my lifestyle. From there, you can make your own judgments.
Freelance work is becoming more common thanks to the advancements of the Internet. Nearly anyone can find work depending on their interests in this digital age. However, not all opportunities are legitimate. While there are a lot of ads out there for job in writing, you need to be careful not to become a victim of a scam. Here are a few ways to protect yourself.
You will fail 100% of the things you do not try. I wish I knew who said it first, but it’s a valid statement nonetheless. Unfortunately, too many people seem content with limiting their own success. In many ways, it’s often by choice. What’s worse is that a lot of us know it, we just don’t want to admit it. How can you be limiting yourself on purpose?
Most freelance professionals need to keep an extra close eye on finances. It can be easy to forget that you need to pay taxes once per year, especially since most clients only offer 1099s and don’t file employee taxes on you. Using Stash Invest might have some potential for managing those expenses.
Wouldn’t it be nice to get paid to write your own content? To wake up in the morning, crack out a post and then relax is a goal for many. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work like that. In reality, blogging is often just as grueling as any other job. So, how do you build a blog that will pay the bills?