Burning out is no joke. Running out of juice and feeling worn out is a feeling we are all too familiar with. Whether you’re a freelancer of a traditional employee, this is something that affects everyone and everybody differently.
Freelancing isn’t just about moving from company to company or project to project. Freelancing is also about learning and solving problems you’ve never encountered before on your own.
Read about the five traits every freelancer needs to succeed by David Kent Hornreich in today’s guest post.
One of the best things I’ve come to experience and enjoy during my time freelancing is the ability to get to work whenever I wanted, sometimes. For me especially, my most productive hours are during the evenings when my day is calmer and quiet.
When it comes to working outside in the professional world, we usually have places we would clock in at. Being home all the time kind of takes away this benefit. Not everyone will understand why I call this an advantage.