Category: Motivation

What Are the Daily Habits For A Freelancer Mindset?

The mindset we tote around daily is vital to how we live, perceive, and react and it helps with your daily habit as a freelancer.

Tired of Working Your 9-5 Job? 3 Steps for a Better Work Life

Are you tired of working your 9-5 job?

Have an ungrateful boss who doesn’t seem to care about their employees?

Or even worse…

How Do You Write Every Day to Start off a Motivational Cycle?

Before Covid19 was recognized as a pandemic, I was already struggling with my motivation levels at work and how to write every day.

However, this was crazy, I was making good money!

What is the Importance of Work Life Balance?

Freelancing has become an iconic part of the 21st-century workforce as tens of millions of individuals in the U.S. alone have left full-time employment to work for themselves in recent years.

With such a huge influx of “fresh freelance blood,” so to speak, there was bound to be a natural shift in the landscape of the industry.

This is especially true when it comes to classic freelance struggles like maintaining and understanding the importance of work life balance.

How Do Freelancers Have Work and Life Balance?

What does work and life balance look like for freelancers?

If what comes to mind is spending a few hours typing brilliant blog posts or creating a clients’ websites and then spending the rest of their day on the beach then you’re wrong.

How Do I Eliminate Distractions While Freelancing?

When you’re a freelancer, staying focused and on-task is key.

You have to eliminate distractions so you can work.

What are the Barriers to Mental Health as a Freelancer?

Have you ever worked in an office environment?

If you have, then you know that the constant meetings, team-building exercises, and office politics can wear you down over time and cause some serious mental health problems.

Throw an introverted personality into the mix, and those day-to-day interactions with clients and colleagues can feel downright oppressive.

How Can Freelancers Set Goals That They’ll Actually Accomplish?

As a writer who runs a freelancing business, I rely on goals to get things accomplished.

But not all goals are created equally. Believe it or not, it’s really easy to set wrong or ineffective goals for ourselves.

How do we tell the difference? How do we know what goals to set for maximum results?