What Are The Benefits Of Working As A Freelance Blog Writer
Working as a freelance blog writer comes with a handful of benefits.
- 1. You can wear whatever you want.
- 2. You can work whenever you want.
- 3. You can work from where ever you want.
- 4. You can remove clients you don’t like.
Even if you have to hold video chats with customers or clients, you can still get away with wear sweats under your nice suit jacket. No one will notice online. So in this case, the cliché of the sweat pants wearing blogger really is true.
You can choose your hours. If you enjoy being up late at night, working while everyone else is asleep, or you have a premiere client who is located across the pond, you can adjust your hours as needed. This is particularly beneficial for times when an emergency project comes up or a tight deadline exists for which you will be paid a bonus. If you are asked to complete something within 12 hours, and it is evening for you, you can brew fresh coffee and get started, not worrying about how late you are staying up to finish the project. You can sleep in indefinitely, which makes it easy to work whenever you want. If you have a project that needs finishing in two days’ time and today you were invited to lunch with an old friend, you can attend the lunch, even though it is an hour away, and not worry about taking time off work.
Whether you decide to retire in Thailand and surf all day, only returning to the main island to work from a hotel office with internet, or you want to work outside on your back porch, you can. You can work from where ever there is an internet connection. And even if you don’t have one, you can get the outline for the work, return to the comfort of your home, and then upload the work days later.
Everyone has had that one boss that they could not stand, that one boss that made them seriously consider quitting every day were it not for the need of money. And now, as a freelance blog writer, you can cancel contracts that have bosses just like that. If a boss is trying to get more out of you than you asked for, changes the terms after you have completed the work, or is otherwise insufferable, you can cancel the contract and move on with your stress-free life.