Spring has sprung! And I for one and more than excited to start working outdoors. There are a few things that I will miss once the temperatures get back up above freezing.
Cozy socks & Slippers
I love socks. I love to pad around the house in super obnoxious fuzzy ones. I love to pair giant warm cabin socks with my multitude of boots. And best of all I love slippers with ears. (Currently writing this with penguin slippers that have crowns, #freelancingwin). Although I am a fan on going barefoot, there is always a comfort in putting on a pair of slippers at the end of the day.
Ahh Valentine's day. A lovely excuse to celebrate your love and buy 75% off candy the next day. Some of our favorite Valentine's traditions have quite the impact on the environment. Here are 5 easy switches you can make this Valentine's Day to make the holiday more sustainable.
Six non-environmental reasons to switch to a reusable coffee cup
We all know freelancers live off of two things: coffee and WiFi. If you find yourself spending a lot of time working in a coffee shop you may notice that you throw out quite a few coffee cups. If you get take away coffee an average of three times a week, that's 156 cups that end up straight in the landfill. We all know the myriad of environmental reasons on why it's a good idea to give up that single use coffee cup, but here are 6 new reasons that have nothing to do with the landfill.
We all know spending the holidays at home after being away can be challenging. Your routine gets interrupted, you hear a lot of “when are you going to get a real job,” and sometimes your beliefs and lifestyle doesn’t quite mesh with your family’s. This guide will help you keep your sanity with 5 tips that can help you survive the holidays, and truly enjoy your time at home.
A [free]lancer is someone who has chosen to work for themselves for the independence and freedom that comes with it.
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