Freelancers can spend so much time working on their projects that they neglect their relationships. But making time for your spouse is good for your work.
Freelancing and personal relationships don’t always play nicely together. Here’s how to maintain strong personal relationships as a freelancer.
Working while traveling? Make travel work for you with a unique set of tools to help you manage your freelance lifestyle on-the-go.
My office perks equal, if not rival, what employees at Fortune 500 companies enjoy. But I still have home office health hazards to avoid.
Yes, this really is advice on why you should reduce your emergency fund. Don’t worry — it’s more of a Jedi mind trick than it is about spending more.
It’s so tempting to delay deadlines to keep binge-watching the latest season of your favorite show. Here’s how to hit “play next” and still be productive.
Understanding how to make a budget can be tricky for freelancers. Manage your income in both slow and high-earning months to secure your future finances.
If you’re looking to turn your active part-time gig into a full-time freelance career, here’s what you should know about freelance burnout.
Today, kids see parents open the laptop and work autonomously to pay the bills. So why not show them the benefits of having a company right out of school?
Productivity apps can be great, but they don’t guarantee productivity. Here’s how I reduced the amount of time I spend on “necessary” tasks.