We’ve all been so used to sleepwalking through life that getting all of this information and disruption at once will take a not-insignificant amount of time to process. And who knows … maybe this disruption is just where we live now?
Author: Piya Willwerth
When we were all forced, quite suddenly, to stay at home, we were also forced to reckon with how we spent our time — where we directed our attention.
This is it. This is the one that made me do it. The Freelance Manifesto: A Field Guide for The Modern Motion Designer.
In my opinion, you know what really sucks? Being called to give the results of an experiment that hasn’t concluded yet.
The thing that surprises me about a lot of this is that so much of it doesn’t seem to actually require any particular skill.
I am always a little surprised when I find out that people I talk to don’t know about Digital Minimalism.
Around three or four years ago, I didn’t have a Facebook profile. This was the first time I quit, and it was wonderful. Let me explain.
Launching this blog has plunged me into the extremely noisy world of SEO strategy.
One of the main issues I have found with many self-help books is that they often promise an “easy” fix. What this book proposes is not, technically, an easy fix, but it is an easy(ish) process.
Lots of freelancers make the mistake of thinking of themselves as contractors or — gasp! — temporary employees, when really, they’re business owners.
Avoiding Burned Bridges: Don’t get caught up in scope creep or late payments — figure it out now! And if you were smart about it, you already got half your money up front.
If we’ve learned one thing (hopefully more than one thing) in 2020, it’s that having a single source of income is not enough.
To achieve mastery — to be able to acknowledge yourself as a Master of a skill, a field, or a vocation — you must progress through three stages.
I recently had a conversation with a slightly younger friend of mine, who revealed that they had begun thinking about making plans to have children.
We’ve got so much to deal with these days. Omnipresent (and omnipotent) social media, a relentless news cycle, financial insecurity, an aggravating government — even before the pandemic, we wanted out.
Navigating a new career in a world gone mad
A quick ‘n dirty guide
What is this thing? you ask, tapping on the screen. What’s it for?