The Organized Freelancer

As a freelancer, you probably started your business because you enjoy providing a service to your clients. Maybe it was as a side hustle to make some extra money while you were working full time, or maybe you always knew this was what you wanted to do. But no-one told you about all the business admin that you have to do as part of running a freelance business, and you really wish you didn't have to bother with all that. You didn't go to business school, after all.

I get it. I'm a freelance translation project manager, Spanish-to-English translator, and copy editor. I feel your pain.

Skip forward to today: you've been working freelance for a while now and you've figured things out. You invoice clients and earn a reasonable amount, but you're sure there must be a better way. You want to level up to run your business more efficiently and get a handle on your finances. You've only got so many hours in a day, and you'd rather spend more time earning money - and who can blame you? That's where I come in.

I help freelancers become more organized in how they run their business by providing tools, tips and advice through my blog. Unlike most freelancers, I worked as an administrator for years before starting my business. That means I had a head-start on how to run a business in an organized, efficient way.

If you want help with the unpaid aspects of running a business, check out my blog.

Interested in working with me?

Send me your details and I'll be in touch if I think you could help with a project I'm managing.