In an era of flexible work arrangements, freelancing has emerged as a viable and popular option for individuals seeking greater autonomy and control over their careers. Breaking away from the traditional nine-to-five model, freelancers enjoy the freedom to choose their projects, set their rates, and work from anywhere.
Not only can freelancing help one find flexible revenue based on their interests, but it can also serve as a stepping stone for turning entrepreneurial dreams into reality.
It is often seen that work pressures cause passion projects to take something of a backseat. Setting aside time for your side hustle and following it strictly will help keep both jobs on track. Use that calendar app on your phone to the limit. Schedule everything, even if it does not seem like a chore, like family time. Weed out unproductive time (30 minutes or so) from lunch time, or in the early hours of the day to devote to your side hustle. You will be surprised by how many hours you can redirect to your side job this way.