If you’re a digital nomad, chances are you’re doing your work on the move. But how can you keep your work and your equipment safe as you travel? Read on for more…
If you’re doing work on the go, chances are you’re carrying a laptop, a mobile phone, and other technological items as you travel. You’re also probably using Wi-Fi from coffee shops or other common workplaces. This can mean that you’re at a higher risk of theft or malware infection, and could mean your work is jeopardised.
Freelancers and digital nomads are often among the most budget-efficient people, but sometimes everyone needs a little extra help. Read on for 2019’s top 5 saving apps for workers on the move…
Even if you’re already a budgeting guru, it can’t hurt to use some apps to save some much-needed cash. As a freelancer’s work pattern is so variable, having funds on hand should you enter a dry spell is key to survival.
When you work for yourself and you’re always on the go, it can be hard to carve out some quality time for yourself. We take a look at the top mindfulness apps for digital nomads…
Freelancers are often so busy their lives can feel like a whirlwind. But, sometimes you need a little help to take five minutes to yourself, and to remind yourself of how far you’ve come.
Trying to get your pitch past the first stage? Learn some simple tips and tricks to get your pitch past the post…
No matter your line of work, freelancing is often about successfully pitching either yourself or your work.
When your working day could be spent anywhere, from your home office to a café abroad, how can you make sure you feel inspired and motivated by your surroundings – wherever you are?
As a freelancer, you’ll balance your working hours between a home office, various client sites and just about anywhere you can find to get a decent wifi connection to get some good productive hours in. In fact, you’re basically a professional nomad. So how do you make sure that wherever you are, your working environment is stimulating, inspiring and comfortable?
The standards for interview attire have changed over time, and nowadays, formal wear’s not always the answer. Get some top tips for what to wear to your next interview…
As the working world evolves – and flexible patterns start to outstrip more traditional in-house roles – the norms for interview attire are also changing. Here are a few things to consider.
Planning to work on the move? Trains might be a cost-effective way to get around when you’re a digital nomad, but it’s best to plan your work around your travel before you go.
Read on for top tips for working on the train….
The future is freelance! As more businesses turn to contract and freelance workers, the face of the traditional employee is changing.
We speculate on the freelancers of the future…
The world is more interconnected than ever, and the world of work is changing because of it.
If you’ve got a little spare cash but would like to make your money go further, why not try putting that change into an investment app?
As a freelancer, you’re always looking for ways to save cash and make more money. Why not make your money work for you with an investment app?
It might not seem like the first place to learn important life lessons, but the annual Eurovision song contest has a lot of heartfelt messages that freelancers can look to. Read on for the top 5 things to learn from Eurovision!
Eurovision is well known for being a camp extravaganza, but it’s a testament to its popularity that it endures year after year. Despite its light-hearted nature, there are some real lessons to be learnt from this heart-warming competition.