I’m a freelancer. In different vocations. I love to be able to do this and this, too. I don’t do different tasks simultaneously. I do have varying projects on the go at once. For me, it is far more interesting to use all my skills. Twice a week, I work as an assistant researcher in the human-computer interaction field. I read copious amounts of scholarly texts, seek out keywords, look for interesting abstracts and summarize then present the “best of” to my team. On other days
For over 20 years, I’ve been penning articles, blogs and scripts for an array of media. When I launched my new website, I debated whether to include a personal blog. On the one hand, as a freelancer, I need to constantly promote myself.
On the other hand, I wondered whether anyone would actually read my posts. My personal blog has now been live for 10 months. I’m flattered that people from 30+ countries have read my thoughts and writings. Of course, this blog has become muc
Nearly all freelancers, no matter how veteran, will complete a project for free. Well, the “free” part isn’t meant to happen but it will. I have been freelancing on and off for over 20 years. I can count on one hand the number of clients who have shirked payment. The internet is filled with articles for dealing with clients who won’t pay. The web is also brimming with ways freelancers can (supposedly) thwart this situation from arising in the first place. I have worked with d