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Here’s Why You Probably Won’t Be a Six-Figure Freelancer in Year One (And That’s Okay!)

I have to admit that I didn’t really have an earnings goal when I stepped into freelancing full-time. Yes, of course, I wanted to make enough to get by, but I had a hunch it would be more of a slow burn. But just because I had realistic expectations doesn’t mean I didn’t see the …

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Why Freelancers Need an Emergency Fund More Than the Average Person

In the getting started stage of freelancing (and throughout the first year, if we’re being honest), income is inconsistent. The odds of you deciding to start a career in freelance and bringing in a steady income off the rip are slim. But hey, if you can make it happen, more power to you, and let …

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Month 12: A Year in the Life of a Freelancer

Month 12 Gig Status Overview Better late than never, right? Transitioning to Personal Freelance and my personal blog from Wellness-minded Millennial certainly threw a wrench in my content creation schedule. But I’m so excited to share the results of my final months in this freelance experience and what I have coming up next. First of …

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Here’s How Much Money I Saved Using onlinebookclub.org in 2020

Some links may be affiliate links. I may get paid if you buy something or take an action after clicking one of these (at no cost to you). If you’ve read my onlinebookclub.org review, you know there are perks to joining the club, like free books! And I have certainly enjoyed the free books (and getting …

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Grammarly Review: A Freelancer’s Dream Writing Tool

Ahh, the rules of grammar. I before E, except after C (or when sounding like “ay” as in neighbor or weigh) A semicolon joins two independent clauses; a colon introduces a series of elements: magnesium, phosphorous, calcium. Commas separate clauses joined by coordinating conjunctions, but you already knew that. We had these rules of the …

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