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Moonlighting Freelancers Need to Know How to Outsource
December 05, 2017

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers


Moonlighting Freelancers Need to Know How to Outsource

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Moonlighting freelancers are going to become an increasingly common occurrence with wages stagnating and cost of living increases. This is not confined to any one country. The moonlighters are named for a good reason. They often have to work long hours and often at night after their regular 9 to 5 job has finished. If a moonlighting freelancer is smart she will have worked out how to reduce the number of hours required and still make a reasonable profit. We explain how this can be achieved.

Time spent traveling can be time wasted, but if you are using public transport to commute to your 9 to 5 job it can be productive time. However, beyond the commute, there is interstate and overseas travel that is very common where co-working spaces for freelancers have developed. We look at co-working spaces in this issue and provide a link to the website which explains where co-working sites are located. It is hard to believe that there are over 5,500 co-working spaces globally.

Productivity and office ergonomics are closely related. We look to Laura Vanderkam for 10 Quick Tips To Create A Home Office You’ll Actually Want To Work In. Well worth reading before you have to visit the physiotherapist!

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Katy Salter has written Co-working nurseries: Can work and playtime really mix? Katy has written the article for the United Kingdom's Telegraph Lifestyle. It is a topical question for parents who need to combine child minding and freelancing. Would it work for your family?

If you have ever applied for a bank loan you will know how important it is to build business credit so that you are eligible for a loan. We look at ways you can go about doing this.

We update you on the developments of the Case Study of building an Amazon Associates website.

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Freelance Work Guide is always on the lookout for ideas to better help the freelancing community so if you have hints or tips send me an email to John@freelance-work-guide.com




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