"Anytime you see me, I'm working". Whether you have a full-time freelance job that requires you to clock in or you work from home, time management is a much bigger problem for us freelancers than it is for employees. Even with the best intentions and the most efficient tools, we just can't manage to stick to an 8-hour workday. Let's face it - life as a freelancer has so many facets that even with Abracadabra tips and methods, you still have a project manager role in addition to your day-to-day tasks.
If you’re anything like me, then you know that freelancing can be a constant battle. There are so many competing demands on your time, and the amount of information available to new freelancers is overwhelming.
Being a freelancer can be one of the most rewarding jobs around. You set your own hours, and you choose your clients as well. On the other hand, freelancing comes with its fair share of challenges too. It may seem like everything is going right in your life right now, but that isn’t always the case.