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8 Lessons From 8 Months of Being Self-Employed

What life looks like as a full-time writer.

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In September 2021, I quit my job to become a full-time writer.

May 2022 marks eight months since I embraced the self-employed life. In this post, I want to talk about eight lessons I learned from eight months of being self-employed.




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Anangsha Alammyan

Anangsha Alammyan

Writing about life as a full-time creator & helping new writers get started. DM: YouTube:

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