What Will You Do With Your Extra 50 Minutes a Day?
by Laura Spencer
on December 29, 2014
in Freelancing Life
Freelancing is risky. Freelancing is hard. Many freelancers fail.
We publish warnings so that potential freelancers don’t start freelancing without knowing the drawbacks. And there’s a good reason for those warnings. Some freelancing hype makes freelancing sound almost like a get-rich-quick scheme (which it’s most definitely not).
While freelancing has its drawbacks, it also has its benefits. One of the biggest benefits is not driving in traffic every day.
I should know, before I started freelancing I drove nearly two hours every single day just to go back and forth to work. I’m not the only one either.
According to U.S. Census Bureau statistics from WNYC, the average commuter drives just over 25 minutes a day to get to work. That’s nearly an hour–an hour that home-based freelancers don’t spend in their cars.
In this post, I’ll take a look at how that extra 50 minutes a day can make a real difference in your life.
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