How Downtime can Help You to Succeed

Downtime. That illusive thing we all say we are going to have in our life, but many of us forget about because we are so busy with life and work that we do not know how to slow down until we fall into bed at night, exhausted. Many of us never take downtime. We just let it linger in front of us, knowing we need it but not able to get there; to experience it. Continue Reading

Why Taking A Break Never Fails

I might go all day, forgetting to eat and exercise. Forgetting to relax. Other times, I work so many days in a row, that, even though I’m breaking for meals and walks, I never feel rested. On these days, I’m generally working from the time I get up until late Continue Reading

Friendships are Important for the Freelancer

As a freelance writer I spend a lot of time, well, writing. I also have a day/night job, so I spend much time there as well. All this time spent working does not lend itself to a lot of time off. I work as a Front Desk Agent at an Continue Reading

Vacation!

Whether your freelance career provides you with a lot of physical activity or uses mostly brain power, you will find yourself needing to take a break at different points in your career. I suggest at least three vacations (or mini vacations) per year. Why? Physical activity takes a lot out Continue Reading