Ryan Carson of A List Apart presents an interesting method of scheduling your work — The Four-Day Week Challenge.
Jonathan Fields looks at the consequences of the sedentary blogger’s lifestyle — which applies pretty much equally to most freelancers — in Fat Bottom Bloggers: Is Your Blog Killing You?
The Roadmap To Becoming A Professional Freelance Web Designer on Smashing Magazine is an extensive look at getting started in the freelance field for web designers in particular, though those in other professions may find parts of the article useful as well.
Freelancers often work in multiple places and on multiple devices, and often working with other people, which can make keeping your notes and research in one place a bit difficult. Web Worker Daily has a look at using Evernote as your notetaking and collaboration software.
While freelancers don’t generally have to go through the interview process the same way prospective employees do, we still find ourselves in similar situations and it’s good to Know What Questions to Ask During a Job Interview.
Running out of inspiration? Find out how to get it back.
Could you be wasting too much of your marketing time on blogging? Find out.
FreelanceSwitch regular Susan Johnston published 5 Qs with Brigitte A. Thompson, Author of Bookkeping Basics for Freelance Writers.
Danny Outlaw provides 10 ways to beat the hell out of creative block.
Meryl Evans details eight ways to avoid overwhelming your Twitter followers — and perhaps in the process save yourself from alienating a potential client.
Freelance Parent has published an extensive list of 67 Freelance Niche Writing Markets You May Have Never Considered.
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