3 Thoughts That Keep You Unsuccessful and How to Get Over Them
Posted by Christina Caldwell in Doing It solo, Lessons I've Learned | 0 comments
As a self-employed individual, you are quickly called upon to use your own material resources, stellar talent, and the guts to carry it all...
Try Two and Call Me in the Morning: Taking Control of Your Health
Posted by Roseda Molina in Doing It solo, Featured, Tools and Technology Tips | 0 comments
One of the biggest hurdles for anyone who is or is interested in working for themselves is being able to afford benefits such as health...
Sharp Skirts–You Have No Excuse Anymore
Posted by P.S. Jones in Doing It solo, Lessons I've Learned, Tools and Technology Tips | 0 comments
I once got a tweet that said something like “What’s that business organization you’re always talking about?” I immediately answered...
Is Self-Employment Right For You?
Posted by Roseda Molina in Doing It solo, Featured, Lessons I've Learned | 8 comments
My first office job came about after I had quit working at Starbucks. Sick of constantly smelling like burnt milk and coffee grinds, I had...
The Importance of Community
Posted by Danielle Nelson in Doing It solo, Featured, Lessons I've Learned | 0 comments
Entrepreneurship can be an amazing journey. It can also be incredibly lonely. No matter how many good friends you have, friends that...
This So-Called Military Life: Is Freelancing the Best Option?
Posted by Jacey Blue Renner in Doing It solo | 4 comments
During the fall of 2010 my husband deployed for a four-month tour in Afghanistan. In the last semester of my graduate work, left stateside...