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How I Manage My Working Time Effectively As A Freelancer

I figured out my daily, weekly, and yearly rhythms

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I had developed some bad work habits before I started freelancing. My student days taught me to laze around for the majority of the year until midterms or examinations were a few weeks away, after which I’d cram furiously.




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