“Freelancing” or “working from home” is like music to our ears, or like the sight of champagne gushing forth from an majestic fountain or subsisting in a pool of Nutella.
Most people seem to think they only have to start worrying about their resume when they are in their last year of high school, but I was different.
Freelancing in New York City isn’t as glamorous as you think.
Just like you can’t learn how to be funny, you can’t learn how to be a hustler. But you certainly can fake it—just ask Dane Cook.
I wouldn’t blame one person’s unemployment on an entire global epidemic. But if I must explain myself…
Wow, even the Real Housewives have frequently updated blogs read by millions of people.
22. You’re either really busy — business is great! — or you’re doing absolutely nothing.
Working from bed isn’t a hobby, it’s a lifestyle: staying in bed should be as important a goal as actually getting work done.
“Well, you work for free! If you were supposed to be paid, you’d be called a paidlancer or something!”
The freelance life certainly has its benefits. Being your own boss, the ability to work from anywhere, and having an uber flexible schedule are just some of the allures of being a freelancer.