How to Track Your Time as a Freelancer

Why you should keep a time-tracking spreadsheet even when you have software like Quickbooks

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As a freelancer, time is your inventory.

If you’re not tracking your time, you’re missing out on valuable data about your productivity, your workload, and your profitability.

Life in your 20s and beyond. A Medium publication focused on Work, Freelancing, Money and Life Advice.

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Writer & Entrepreneur. I write to process and share what I’m learning :) How to take notes in Obsidian (free guide!): https://brooke-harrison.ck.page/2521a68501

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