Do the seasons tend to dictate your freelance work levels more than you’d like? You’re not alone. Read on for ideas on how to balance out your workload throughout the working year…
Most workplaces experience annual peaks and troughs in work volume, and most manage to weather them just fine.
For many freelancers though, a quiet period might mean that your lifestyle is in danger of being
Established your career as a digital nomad? Why not help others follow in your footsteps? Read on for 5 ways you can help like-minded freelancers find success…
As a digital nomad, you know the advantages and drawbacks of your career choice. Once you’ve found a degree of success as a freelancer, you might be wondering what you can do to further enrich your career.
Working for yourself can be a daunting prospect, especially when you consider all the work benefits you won’t be getting. But digital nomads don’t have to miss out – read on for more…
When you decide to work for yourself, you might be concerned that you’ll miss out on important work benefits, such as sick pay, holiday time, a pension plan and more. But while you may not have these traditional benefits, you can take steps to minimise the impact of not receiving them and even give yourself some extra perks to replace them…
When you’re on the move, communication can become difficult, or even lost in translation.
Learn some top tips for communicating well when you’re a digital nomad…
You’re a digital nomad and the world is your oyster. As summer comes to an end perhaps you are thinking of heading off somewhere to avoid an inevitably cold and wet autumn in Blighty.
If you’re a freelancer, you want to go somewhere that’s fun to be, but you also need to consider if it meets your needs as a digital nomad.
Even though freelancing is a more popular career choice than ever, there are still myths about what being a digital nomad really is. Read about some common misconceptions and how to counteract them.
If you’re a freelancer, it’s likely you’ve heard a few myths about your work or lifestyle. These misconceptions can make it tough to win new clients or offer your skills for new jobs. But most of the time a simple explanation is enough to get the truth out there.
Whatever your trade, when you’re a freelancer there are a few digital tricks it really pays to get your head around. We take a look at the hot new skills to learn…
From the basic digital skills you need to keep your freelancing afloat, to new tricks to help win you more business, we look at the skills digital nomads need to know.
As a digital nomad, one of the perks of the job is being able to travel the world, working as you go. But there’s still plenty to think about before you’re ready to start freelancing internationally…
So you’ve decided to take the next step as a digital nomad and start your own business in earnest, but how do you manage the transition between freelancer and entrepreneur?
If you’ve been working as a freelance digital nomad for a while, you might be thinking about longer-term plans for your work. Fancy becoming more of an entrepreneur and creating a business, rather than working as a solo agent? We’ve got some simple tips for helping you make the change successfully.
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.