Setting up an efficient home office as a freelancer can ultimately lead to making more money. Especially if you get things that contribute greatly to your productivity. Today, I’ll show you 11 things I’ve bought throughout the years that had the biggest impact on my career.
Ever feel like you’ve taken on so much that you feel overwhelmed and frustrated? Personally, I feel like that all the time. But, I have a touch of “Buckaroo Banzai Syndrome.” This is partly because of how my brain is wired.
Keeping an eye on the time you spend and the money you make is vital for success as a freelancer. It helps you grow, estimate future income and plan for upcoming bills. You can track freelance writing a number of ways, but I prefer using a spreadsheet.
Being a freelance writer is tough. In reality, it’s harder than holding down a traditional 9-to-5 job. However, those who love freelance writing seem to make it work. But it’s often not a glorious career.
In many ways, freelance writing is far more difficult than maintaining a traditional 8-hour-a-day job. For one thing, you’re really not accountable to no one but yourself. Which means it’s far more important to keep motivated when sitting at your desk all day.