One of the best things about freelancing is the ability to manage your work schedule. You can work anytime and anywhere you want.
At least, that’s what I thought when I first started freelancing.
The thing is, when you start getting a consistent stream of jobs, you have to dedicate more time to your work schedule.
At some points in my career, I had to work up to 20 hours per day. As you can imagine, this can be problematic.
Yes, it’s great that you’re getting more jobs and earning more money. But if you don’t find a balance between your work and other life activities, you could easily get burned out. And it will affect the quality of your work, your health, and the people around you.
In this post, I share with you my experience on how I managed to avoid those problems and keep a healthy work and life balance.