Burning out is no joke. Running out of juice and feeling worn out is a feeling we are all too familiar with. Whether you’re a freelancer of a traditional employee, this is something that affects everyone and everybody differently. Burnouts can be caused by many factors but specifically for today, I’m going to focus on common management and commitment mistakes novice freelancers tend to make.
For quite some time now people have been asking me what it is I’ve been up to. Am I working somewhere? Am I still freelancing? Well, the answer to both questions is yes! And so for today’s blog post, I’m going to take the time to finally answer one of those questions. If the title has not given it away already, I work at a digital communication agency known as The Alliance Labs.
It is not surprising at all when freelancers team up with or work for other creative agencies. Working with agencies allow us to work on bigger projects and potentially earn a bigger income. Of course, this all doesn’t come to a surprise, however. There are some perks to working with different agencies but sometimes it just doesn’t go as planned. I’ve personally worked with quite a few small-time agencies and collaborated with some big ones. Continue Reading
When it comes to blogging, at first glance it all seems to be very exciting. You’re sitting down with your laptop pulled out. Take your first sip of coffee and before you know it you’ve written your first blog. Simple right?
After publishing a couple more blogs you soon begin to get the hang of publishing regularly. You’ve picked out your niche, set up a content calendar for yourself and you’re ready to rock n’ roll. Then life hits ya.