The Predicaments of Freelancing

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“Oh wow, your self-employed that’s amazing, you must be making loads.”

a2494f63c3981b1e4f1583003d83a4adA sentence I hear all to often. Let’s break it down to my answers to it. Self-employment CAN be amazing. But it can also be the most horrific life choice I have ever made. I certainly do not make loads and previous years seen be go months without a dime. 

However like any job it does have it’s up’s and down’s.  I work in the marketing and PR industry, and trust me it isn’t as glamorous as some may think. I chose to brave it as a freelancer for one main reason – freedom. The freedom to chose my working hours and days, the freedom to express my creativity, the freedom to chose when I spend time with my daughter. Many working places cannot offer that (my previous job was the WORST for it) and I was not okay…

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Benefits of Hiring a Virtual Assistant

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Freelance Services by Daisy Sison

What does a Virtual Assistant do?

A Virtual Assistant covers the gamut in terms of different tasks they can accomplish from travel to personal life to scheduling to Social Media Management which typically operates from a home base and anyone can be a VA, it’s either freelance or full-time job.

Business owners inevitably get drawn into the job

As a business owner, you’ll be taking on a project that requires you to wear many hats at the same time. The newer the business is, the more roles you are likely to have to fill. That’s why making the most of your limited time means creating to switch off, to be with your family or with your friends. Therefore, a VA can help you maintain your high productivity looking after your business.

How can a Virtual Assistant help you?

A Virtual Assistant can relieve workloads, they can maintain the daily task…

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