Things I don't recommend include: moving countries, hustling your way to self establishment and forgetting the definition of a holiday. Things I do recommend? Well, you'll simply have to read this post.
Working from home is one of those luxuries in life that arguably receives a more positive wrap than it deserves. Working (or studying) from home is hard. That's why I'm sharing my favourite tips for readying your home in a way that boosts productivity + efficiency!
This is a letter to my younger sister, as much as it is to my younger self, and to all those entering the working industry. It turns out there's a difference between earning respect and being respected; an internship and a job; being accepted and being embraced. Consider this a chance to learn from my lessons.
As a full-time freelancing digital media marketing manager + lifestyle blogger, it's safe to say that I've managed to avoid the 9-to-5. That is, until now. In the last two weeks, I've experimented with the most notorious "hustle" of all: introducing my pros and cons of the 9-to-5 grind.