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How to Manage Freelancing Stress and Burnout

Escaping the 9–5 Comes With Extreme Responsibilities

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While the life of a freelancer appears to be really appealing to those who imagine a care-free, working from home lifestyle, there’s a lot more to being a freelancer than that. In fact, successfully escaping the 9–5 comes with its share of extreme responsibilities, stress, and, unfortunately, burnout.

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Renee Rose

Renee Rose

Freelance Writer. Blogger. UFO enthusiast and lover of space. Email me at: reneerosefreelancing@gmail.com

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