Most business writers say freelancers should wake up early to make the most of the day, but if you’re a night owl, or you’re working around your children’s schedule, flexibility is one of the perks of the freelancing life. You can organize your work day to suit your circumstances. Every work-at-home experience is different, and it takes time to figure out which productivity hacks work best for you. According to Julia Horvath’s charming, first-person “Better Humans” article on Medium, your home office schedule is the key to your success. Setting long and short-term goals will help you meet deadlines and stay organized. If you’re new to working “location-independently,” this is a solid place to start.
About the Author
Julia Horvath is a freelance writer and publisher of The Pro-Crastinator newsletter for “location-independent” workers. “Better Humans” is a collection of writing on human potential and self-improvement.
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