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The Freedom of a Freelance Writer

With a lot going on lately, I haven’t had the chance to update this blog or many of my other sites. While I hate to let a few days go by without any new content, the freedom to do so is a nice benefit of working as a freelance writer. Of course, this just doesn’t hold true for my blog. If I need to take a few days off my clients have no problem with it. I always try to let them know when I will be away from the office, though. Along with this, it is important to me that I still meet any deadlines – no matter my reason for stepping away for a few days.

If you work as a freelance writer, I strongly urge you to take full advantage of the freedom that is available to you. You give up a lot when you leave the corporate world (benefits, steady pay, etc.) but the freedom you gain is a huge benefit. If you are not taking advantage you are missing the boat.

What type of freedom are you talking about? This can be anything from working different hours every day to taking time away from the office without having to get it “approved” by a boss.

This topic has been discussed, time after time, so there is no point in going any further. I simply wanted to write this post as a reminder of the freedom that you gain when you work as a freelance writer.

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