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How You Should Deal With Interrupted Workdays

As a freelancer or author, we have to defend our working hours against everyday life. But sometimes this does not work. What do you do then?

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In a perfect world, I would have about twenty-two working days every month, sitting at my computer from eight in the morning to five in the afternoon…




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