How freelance writer makes more than freelancer
It is a cliché, but when I started freelance writing, it was never a job I imagined.
It was a dream job for me.
Now, with the launch of my new business, I have a second one to keep busy.
I don’t want to be an accountant, but I have been doing it for years now.
It’s not about the money, though, it’s about the freedom.
I can make my own work and write it as I please.
I don’t have to do a commission to get my work done, which is nice, but there are other benefits as well.
I make more money and my hours are much more flexible.
I have no time limits, which makes it so I can get up at the end of the day and start writing.
I also have more control over the projects I write for.
For example, if I’m writing a story, I can decide how long it will take me to write, and I can set the length and pace.
The work I do is different from writing for clients, but it’s still an important part of my job.
It allows me to spend more time with my family and I also can afford to do things like travel more frequently.
I am able to take my family on holidays and even get them to the movies, which I don.
Not only do I get to spend time with them, but they also have a sense of adventure as well as a lot of fun.
The freedom of freelancing makes it easier to stay focused on what I want to do, and it’s the only way I know to make money.
I started my freelance writing career in 2011 and have worked at several agencies, including the Washington Post, USA Today and National Geographic.
I was hired at the National Geographic in 2013, after working at the New York Times and Time and Life.
I’m also working on my book.
It’s the story of my life, the life I’m living, my career and how I got to where I am now.
It covers the stories I’m interested in and the people I love.
I would like to thank my friends, family and colleagues at all my agencies and companies for their help.