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Fast, Good and Cheap

Over the past few months I’ve thought a lot about the triple constraint model of project management.

While being a guideline for business, I believe the TC model should also be something that is stuck firmly on the wall of every freelancer… just as a reminder not to sell yourself short. 648 more words


Small business chat update - Leigh-Ann Arundel

Welcome to another Small Business Update – today with Leigh-Ann Arundel, who launched Jingle Jewellery as recently as April 2012. I first interviewed Leigh-Ann in… 602 more words


Why Freelancers Have it Right

I have to say, I am not an expert on freelancing yet by any means, but I think that this is one of the greatest life choices I’ve made yet. 476 more words

A New Start

(guest post) the freelance life: surviving the drought

Earlier this week I tweeted that I was seeking advice from freelancers on enduring deal drought. Those who freelance know precisely what I mean, and pipeline is what keeps us up most nights–how and from where we’ll secure our next project, how we’ll endure the period from this to what’s next. 994 more words

Freelance Life


What have I learnt on a writer’s ‘second act’ journey? Writing fiction is a process. You pick up things along the way, remember what tutors have said, and apply yourself to work. 209 more words


Pilot's Log 3: Where am I now?

This week in Steve Parks’ ‘Start Your Business Week by Week’ is all about figuring out what I’m currently doing with my time (not enough!) and my money (spending it!!). 949 more words


Getting into the groove

Picture book storytelling has taken precedence in my writing at the moment, with an aim to market my stories to traditional publishers over the next wee while. 15 more words