Life can get pretty frantic when you’re working as a freelancer. It can often be hard to find the fun in your work and general life. Reinvigorate yourself and make life more interesting with our top tips.
Working alone and having to do everything yourself can drain the fun out of working as a freelancer. No matter the perks of the job, there will always be moments that feel quite devoid of joy, just because of the nature of the work. Make sure you find the fun in your daily life and in your work by following these ideas.
A new year is the perfect time to make some changes to the way you work – here are our tips for the best 2019 freelancer resolutions.
This year, make your new year’s resolutions stick. Below are the best new year resolutions for freelancers to make (and keep to!)
Are you just starting out and thinking of ways you can nail your personal branding? Well, look no more…
As a freelancer your personal branding is what sets you apart in an increasingly competitive market. It’s what makes you memorable and influences the perception of your business.
Check out these hotspot destinations for freelancers looking to escape the cold this winter…
We all know that winter in the UK can get a bit miserable, but if grey skies and cold mornings aren’t for you, why not head for sunnier climes instead?
Turn the start of your day into more-nings with our top tips for a successful AM…
Want to get more out of your mornings? Follow these seven easy steps and start your day right.
As a freelancer, you’ll know that the best way to gain new clients is through word-of-mouth and recommendations from your current clients.
Basically, reputation is everything. Here’s what to avoid saying or doing when meeting a new client, in order to keep yours…
With its vast network of business professionals, LinkedIn opens up a world of opportunities for freelancers. How can you ensure your profile gets you noticed?
Many companies, agencies and start-ups use LinkedIn to find freelancers for projects both big and small.
First impressions can be make or break for freelancers meeting new clients. Here’s how to make a great first impression, so your client relations go from strength to strength.
The first time you meet a new client, you want them to leave the meeting feeling like they can’t wait to begin working with you. Giving a trusty first impression and having a good rapport with clients is essential for a freelancer or a start-up’s success.
For creative souls, the idea of managing finances is a scary one. But it doesn’t have to be, with our guide to the best financial apps out there.
Often one of the hardest things for freelancers to get their head around is the financial side of their business. Maybe you want to be creative and expressive, not bogged down with worries over invoices and finances.
Working from home has its perks. You get to sleep in later, do household chores around your work, and never have to miss a package from the postman again.
But when cabin fever strikes, here are our top six tips for alternative workplaces.