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Survive Freelance Load in 5 Ways

by Linda Rossi · 0 comments

Many believes that you can have the best of both worlds when you are a freelance writer. Well, this can certainly true for some who are into freelance writing for years now.

The thing that they are that used with the idea that they have to write without thinking of some people pressuring them most of the time. Plus, the fact that they alone have the control of their time and how they work. This can definitely the biggest advantage that they have that some working people are envious about.

But wait, might as well think back and try to reflect if freelance writers or some research writer are having a good time with their job. Based from my experience it’s not an everyday thing that I do feel that being a freelance writer does sometimes too frustrating to the point that I don’t know at all where to begin. Let’s just say that I may have the time in world but I also have to keep in mind that there is a consequence on it along the way. I have to say that as the years passed and still I am a freelance writer I can say that slowly I am getting used on how to survive with all the workloads that I do have.

I’m going to start share the give key ways in surviving a freelance writing work. There are some who depend on a lot of guide but for me I do think that it only take 5 ways and viola! You are okay with it.

Take It Easy

As a freelance writer, of course it will be inevitable that the clients that you working on does have the same deadline to meet. This is one of the worst scenario that might happen. At this kind of situation it can be the toughest situation to deal but then as a writer in mind and heart try to take things easy. Don’t let all the pressures eat you cause it might result in something that you might regret.

Just Focus on What You Can Do

Clients may want to do things that might be difficult and it can be a really frustrating thing. Therefore, try to calm your mind and rather focus on what you can do about it. Giving up not the final option after all. As a freelance writer, you must know your strengths and weaknesses and how you deal with the work that you have.

Take Some Break and Recharge

You don’t have to dedicate all your time with all the writing loads that you have. There is no harm in admitting to yourself that you are a normal person and you do also need to get some break. It is the most precious thing that every writers are lacking up. But, you can make a change on it. When you take a break even for a short time it will definitely help you to recharge some energy and think again.

Try to Stay Comfortable

This may be one of the factor that some people or even writer may ignore. Regardless of how easy or difficult the activities that you are working on. It will then be better to stay comfortable. For freelance writer like me, this is one of the things that I do keep in mind. Making sure that just before I start working on I have to be sure that I am the most comfortable get up and place. This will help me to really think and help me to get motivated all along.

Pray and Be Positive

One of the most important thing that everyone should remember. In the field of freelance writing, of course nothing is sure at all. That is why no matter how hard it is to deal with all the writing loads at the same there is no choice at all but to work on it. Having enough Faith and having Positive outlook is a must. This can be the only consolation that you can hold on from start until the end.

In reality, when some writers tends to just write for the sake of earning money it will definitely be hard to say that you put some passion on what you do. When you are a freelance writer, you do have to keep in mind that there are simply a lot of things that you do have to value and make sure to do it no matter what. It maybe hard to imagine to survive the loads that you have but when you put your heart on it. From that time on you will realize that it was all worth it.

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