Category: Lifestyle

5 Ways Accomplished Freelancers Take Breaks

5 Ways Accomplished Freelancers Take Breaks

We all need time off from work. As a freelancer, contractor and/or business owner; taking a proper break can be easier said than done. I try to spend at least a month away from the office each year. No matter how...

/ 10th July 2018
Bad timekeeping

The Importance of Sleep Routine When Working From Home

I’ve struggled to maintain a regular sleep pattern for most of my life. In my younger years, I would often game until 01:00-02:00 on weekdays and 03:00-04:00 on weekends, not getting up until 11:00 and midday respectively. This was my normality....

/ 12th February 2018
Interview on Freelancing

Interview on Freelancing with Joe Stone

I was recently contacted by fellow freelancer Joe Stone for a quick-fire interview on my time as a freelance developer. Joe describes himself as an experienced WordPress developer based in the South East of England with a love for all things digital....

/ 16th January 2018

5 Steps to Becoming a Better Remote Worker

We’re all looking to better ourselves and become more successful. I’ve found that being proactive in my career development has given me an edge over the years. I’m not just talking about technical skills either. There are many other non-technical...

/ 2nd January 2018

Flexible Freelancing

I’ve found freelancing to be unpredictable at times; you’ve got to take the rough with the smooth and be flexible in a number of scenarios. Here are the lessons I’ve learned in my time as a freelance developer about flexibility: Projects...

/ 27th November 2016

I’ve Never Been to a Web Conference

Whether it be development based, design focused or an area that I specialise in such as WordPress, I’ve never had the urge to attend a web conference. Being a developer with preference to work remotely, I’d imagine that I’m not completely...

/ 19th September 2016