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Do you ever work on Sundays?

Sunday is the day of rest, right? If this is true, why do so many freelance writers work on this day of the week? While I would like to say that I am not one of them, in most cases it would be a lie. This is not to say that I work every single Sunday, but in most cases I put in some time in one way or the next.

What are the benefits of working on Sundays? For me, there is a couple. First things first, I can get an early jump on the week. By working a few hours on Sunday, my Monday work load will be much less daunting. Additionally, by cutting out some of the work that I need to do early in the week, I can spend that free time marketing my services, working on other projects, etc.

Another benefit of working on Sundays is the ability to move through my work without many distractions. During the regular work week there are emails coming in at a high rate, as well as phone calls from clients to answer. But on Sundays, since most people are not working, I can do my own thing without many outside distractions. I don’t mind answering emails or telephone calls, but being able to go through a day without having to worry about this is nice.

If you are going to do some freelance writing work on Sundays, make sure that you do not overdo it. Early in my career I was working seven days a week. Although I was getting a lot done and it helped me to get to where I am today, it was also difficult in many ways. Instead of working a full day on Sunday, try three or four hours. This way you can get some work done without having to give up your entire day. After all, everybody needs to rest!

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