It’s 10 years next month that I got (what is now) my last permanent job as an employee. It marked the end of my admittedly short-lived career as a field archaeologist and firmly put me back into a non-graduate administrative role.
I turn down work for many reasons through Upwork. Leaving aside those of too low a budget and jobs for which I have no experience (I get invited to translation and PPC advertising roles for which I have no experience let alone interest), sometimes I reject them purely because of the client. If I getContinue reading “Are You Being the Best Upwork Client You Could Possibly Be?”
On a recent post, I offered five bits of a advice from a five-year veteran to a new freelancer. Taking that step is a a bold and daunting one. It wasn’t that long ago for me and most of what happened between January 2013 (when I made the decision) and April (when I left myContinue reading “How to Adapt to a Freelance Lifestyle”