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What I Learned in My First Month as a Freelancer

Plus, there’s a reason I want to do this. I want to create an environment in which I get to spend more time actually writing, work fewer hours while earning sufficient income. And I know it’s possible.

Ever since I got back from South America, I had the travel blues, but I also needed to start building a business. A business with me as the sole employee.

Starting and Setting Up Shop

So the travel blues kind of got in the way of starting straight away. I sorted my pictures and reminisced. However, I started to write and publish more. I almost wrote one article every weekday. That was an improvement!

Passive vs. Active Income Streams

Ideally, I’d like to create both passive and active sources of income.

Attracting My First Clients

This is the challenging part. Here you have to market yourself, and it’s been 8 years since my last job interview. I didn’t even have a proper CV…

Planning and Freedom

The First Results

As I said, I have 3 clients, one temporary, the other two at least until the end of the year. I have some potential clients in the works.

Worries and Anxieties


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