Quitting Your Job to Become a Freelancer
The day you’ve been dreading has finally come–your alarm goes off at 5:30 to get you up for work and instead of jumping out of bed to greet the day you groan and through a pillow over your head. You no longer look forward to getting out of bed at the crack of dawn, fighting hour long traffic and going into work just to be stuck in pointless meetings all day.
It’s true, you’ve hit a job rut. So, what do you do? If you’re like most people, you start looking through job websites for another full-time job. A year later, you’re back at the same place. Now you know just going from job to job isn’t satisfying you. What do you do? Perhaps it’s time to start freelancing.
It’s important to know that freelancing isn’t for everyone, but perhaps it’s for you. I wanted to start freelancing because I was tired of never getting to work on what I really wanted to. I was forced into doing design work, when all I wanted to do was code. It was time for a revolution.