I remember, when stuck in a job I hated, discussing life and money with colleagues. We’d fantasise about having control over our time and pursuits.
Last year I quit my job. It was the final piece in my strategy to ‘escape the rat race’.
But before quitting, I worked part-time hours for about a year.
Blogging seems to be as popular as ever. You can find a blog on nearly any subject, but finding a good blog can be a bit harder.
I want this blog to be interesting and helpful. I also want it to come across as a well ironed product.
To achieve that, I sometimes take a look at the bigger bloggers out there, to learn from them. Here’s what I’m seeing…
I was apprehensive about creating my first self hosted website. It felt like a serious challenge, which couldn’t be taken half-heartedly.
When I worked a 9-5, I had a simple dream. As silly as it sounds, writing this blog was part of it.
If I was still in the rat race, I’d be sat in a canteen right about now.
Wishing my day away.
Crafts selling is a great way to make a little extra money on the side.
At first, the goal is simple: Sell a few items! Then, once you achieve that, you start to think about the longer term, and your options for growth.
A good question is, do you need your own crafts website?
Sounds fun, working on a hobby everyday, right? Well… It is.
There are worst ways of earning a living.
If two people have the same job, the same family, the same luck, then why would one be financially comfortable, while the other struggled?
There are many ways to make money from your hobby.
Success in business can be an elusive thing. I’ve created 4 websites in the last year, 3 of which have failed.