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Are you Happy with your Freelance Writing Income?

Becoming a freelance writer can be scary for many reasons. One of the most common fears is not earning enough money. This is something that bothered me early on, and you may be facing the same thing right now. Whether or not you are happy with your freelance writing income depends on many factors including your living situation, your goals, and how much you have earned in the past.

Those who are happy with their freelance writing income should continue to do what they have been doing. You don’t want to stop building your business, though. There is always room to earn even more money.

But what if my freelance writing income is not what it needs to be? This is when you will begin to feel a lot of stress from your career. The only advice I can give is to work hard at finding new and/or higher paying clients. It only makes sense that more clients mean more money. And if you can land a few that pay above the industry average, you are definitely going to take your income to the next level in no time at all.

You should have freelance writing income goals. Even though I have been established for a few years, I still have income goals that keep me pushing forward. Goals give you something to strive for; something to chase even when your income is up to par.

Only you know if you are happy with your freelance writing income. If you are, keep it up and try to earn even more in the future. If you are not, now is the best time to get energized and take the proper steps towards making a change.  

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