Trying to decide what to charge is always a difficult concept to grasp, especially when starting out. In this article I hope to explain the process freelancers and companies use to decide what to charge, as well as the reasons why potential clients are wary.
It should be common sense why you should have a backup, but it needn’t be an expensive thing; a bit of whit and time, and you’ll be sorted.
Intro In a previous post, I said I’ll talk about “Toxic Clients”. This is that article, except I’m going to tweak it to something more positive. I’ll be writing about all the different types of clients I’ve had the pleasure of dealing with, from the delightful to those who make me want to tear my […]
Mental Health I don’t know about you guys, but I can say for certainty that mental health needs to be taken seriously. It’s only recently, in the last few years or so, have I noticed more awareness around these issues. It could be because more people are speaking about it, it could be because I […]