Meet one of our newest members, Drahomira Rezkova! She’s an interpreter and translator (Czech, English, French) and has worked for clients of the likes of Netflix! If you’d like to learn more about her story and this fascinating profession (or if you’re looking for a good translator), check out her interview below.
At the present moment, it’s much more common just to stay at home and get your work done, especially if you are a freelancer and you have to rely only on yourself. However, it comes with a few complications, such as no actual will to be productive as much as you want to be. While working from home, you get distracted by too many things and you can lose interest in your work because it’s normal to rest while you are at home. Or, at least, it’s supposed to be. Read more
Becoming an expat is already a big challenge even if you have a certain employment contract in waiting. Now imagine there is no company, support network of future colleagues or stable income waiting for you. But, despite all of that, you are 100% certain that freelancing is what you want to do. On top of all that you want to relocate and do it in another country.
Advances in technology, especially in the aftermath of COVID-19, have lead to an increasing number of people adhering to the digital nomad lifestyle. There are many benefits to becoming a digital nomad: flexible working hours, freedom of choice when it comes to selecting the projects you’d like to work on and, most importantly, the ability to work from virtually any place in the world. In a recent post, we interviewed one of our members who told us about his life as a digital nomad and highlighted some of these advantages. Read more
Considering that pandemic restrictions have changed workers mobility, remote work is becoming more attractive and in some cases, a necessity. Furthermore, this imposes freelance work as a great opportunity of how to start and boost your career.