As a freelance writer, you’ll undoubtedly be faced with many of the biggest productivity issues. This is especially true if you work from home like I do. The trick to being successful is making sure these problems don’t interfere with your work. Otherwise, you’ll find it difficult to make enough money to sustain yourself.
The Internet delivers a vast array of opportunities for those who want to escape the 9-to-5 rat race. With everything that is available, it’s often difficult to pinpoint the best way to make money. Perhaps I can help figure out which is right for you.
Earlier today, I decided to give the site Upwork a test drive to see if it’s worth adding it to my list of paying opportunities. After completing the application process and listing my skills, I found the experience to be less than stellar.
Being self-employed is the dream of many people. However, it is far more difficult in many ways. One of these is choosing the hours you work. All too often I come across those who failed working from home simply because they couldn’t keep a profitable schedule. Let’s dive into what you can do to change that.
A lot of people love the idea of working from home whether it’s to be a blogger, ghostwriter or novelist. Writing is a passion for many. However, a lot of people will fail at trying to make their dreams come true. Does this mean they should give up and look for a traditional nine-to-five job? That depends on their mentality towards failing.