The challenges of full-time freelancing that no one warned me about
Marijana Kay

I would agree with everything you described in your post. In my case, there are a lot of people who think if I’m not working at the office and I do not have a boss, that means I can do what ever I want to or do nothing at all, and they start pretending for my full-time help and attention. After that they ask if I’m ok with this kind off low-paid work…. I’m tired to explain everyone and I stoped doing it at all. Thanks for your post.

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