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The Freelancer Magazine Team
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THE FREELANCE DOODLER
THE POWER OF WORDS • "Don't wait Just make the thing. Make a version, and then make it better and then make it better."
Three Tips Deaf Awareness & Accessibility
#FreelanceLifeOnTheGrid • Our favourite freelancer pics from the Gram.
A Day In The Life Of...
Hello Lovely • You didn’t go into business to tackle design. Let’s bring your idea to life.
So You Want To Be A... Stone Carver? • Zöe Wilson is a Stone Carver and Sculptor who lives with her husband and son in Hampshire. Mel Barfield caught up with her to find out whether all that dust is worth it (spoiler alert - yes).
Physically (Re)Moving Yourself • From time to time in freelance business chats, the topic will arise as to what percentage of time you spend in the business as opposed to on the business.
What's The Deal With Our Disappearing Focus? • Before your attention wanders and you reach for your phone, let's talk about how the constant stimuli on phones negatively impact your productivity and creativity.
Do Give Up Your Day Job • Miguel d'Oliveira is a composer writing music for film and TV. At the moment, he is mainly working on documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4.
From Bin Man to Rocket Man • John McKie is a copywriter specialising in creating launch packages for coaches, community builders and course creators. He lives on the Isle of Wight with his family. Mel Barfield caught up with him to grill him on his journey from collecting household waste to launching at lightspeed.
Financial Minimalism Peter Komolafe • Our Money Expert Peter Komolafe shares what he’s learnt about leaping into self-employment, the importance of audacious goals and following your dreams.
2023 HOW DO I... ORGANISE AN EPIC EVENT? • The general consensus is that putting on events (especially on a large scale) is notoriously difficult and that it's very hard to make money. Then Andrew and Pete come along and tell us to ‘hold our beer'.
"Make time every single week to do something that makes you smile like a sugared-up toddler." • Four freelancers lift the lid on their unique creative processes and give their best advice for staying inspired.
"Do I Need A... PERSONAL BRAND?" • A bold brand doesn't necessarily mean a big budget. But it can make a huge difference to how confident you feel about your business and how much you can charge. With the help of personal branding expert Hadrien Chatelet, we've put together a stack of tips to help you create a confidence-boosting personal brand.
The Power of a Rebrand • Some of our favourite freelancers share their recent rebrand stories.
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Does having a creative outlet make you a better freelancer? • Is it possible that the crafts, doodles and creative noodles we get up to in our spare time could actually make us smarter, happier and better at our jobs?
Hold Me Closer, Tiny Gardener • Rowan Ambrose is here to convince us that gardening can be easier, cheaper and less time-consuming than we think.
Newsletter Love • Snooping behind the scenes on four of our favourite freelance newsletters.
The Deaf Chefs • Deaf sisters Coco and Mandy are founders of The Deaf Chefs food truck and catering business. Based in Chelmsford and East...