What To Do When Your Client Hates the Web Design

What To Do When Your Client Hates the Web Design

Can I just say how much I love this post’s featured image? It’s a cat high-fiving his human. Adorable. Anyway, on to the post. This is the definitive guide on what to do when your client hates the web design mockups you spent hours creating. This is the...
Freelance Issues: No work? No problem.

Freelance Issues: No work? No problem.

Me and my friend had this conversation over coffee and cheesecake, let’s call her Z. Z is traditionally employed (office work, daily commute, benefits, etc.) since she graduated in 2008. I’m paraphrasing since it was in vernacular. Z: So you rely on...
Transition From VA to Web Designer: How I Did It

Transition From VA to Web Designer: How I Did It

We all have to start somewhere. The first few years of freelance for me was a free-for-all. I took on VA jobs in different fields such as education, real estate, sales, music, and so many more. Of course, some jobs were more well-paying than others and I did overbook...
Debunking Freelance Myths

Debunking Freelance Myths

If I had a dollar… Over the years, I have heard my fair share of freelance myths. Some of them are benign misconceptions, either of unawareness or they just don’t understand how it works. Meanwhile, others are willfully ignorant or just plain...
How I Started In Freelance

How I Started In Freelance

What do you call it? Freelance or freelancing? Well, the year was 2008 and I was 23. Nobody liked me. (imaginary bonus points if you got that) I was in a rather difficult situation and I was unemployed and unemployable. However, I was spending a lot of time online...
Just Another Hello World

Just Another Hello World

So I’m back again, starting over, trying my luck at blogging once more. To be honest, I found myself reading my old blog posts and regretting that I stopped blogging. How will I ever save the memories? Some write to forget, some write to remember. Isn’t...