Management. Administration. Bureaucracy. I hate it. But I have to do it. And actually, in a decidedly perverse way, Google Docs is helping me hate it a bit less every day. I once worked for a time as a designer. I quite liked being protected from the hard-nosed business of, well, business. Our sales team … Continue reading It’s hell, but necessary hell. How to keep track of freelancing projects.
Being freelance is good. You get to have interesting conversations with people at the top of their game, often accompanied by coffee and nice biscuits. You walk away from the meeting feeling fresh, galvanised and optimistic. And so you should: you pitched for and landed another deal, and can look forward to another week or … Continue reading Freelancers have feelings too. Oh, and we need the money.
So I'm one month into freelance copywriting now. I know this still makes me a little lamb in the lion cage of freelance copywriting but I've learned a lot in the past 30 days or so, mostly good. Desk guilt I said mostly good. I suffer desk guilt. That is, the guilt one feels when … Continue reading Freelance copywriters do everything