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Nickeled & Dimed in Yoga: Why do Yogis Work for Free?

Most people do not get into yoga for the money, despite the industry being worth over 10 billion dollars in the US. Becoming a yoga teacher requires an incredible amount of dedication and costs, including monetary and personal. 599 more words

Creative Industries; Real Talk

I’m pretty sure I’ve given my insight into this quite a lot, but in this post I’m going to focus on working for free.

I think the creative industry can really suck. 348 more words

Lifestyle

Volume 1: "It will look good on your CV"

It’s nearly been two years since I graduated and in terms of employment, it has been one hell of a ride.
I have created this blog because I feel I have lost my voice, metaphorically not actually, and I am trying to get it back. 1,212 more words

Greenscreen Family Fun Day

I was recently asked if I’d help out at a family fun day and take photos that could be greenscreened onto an appropriate background. 588 more words

My Week

To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Expected

I’ve never understood when artists are greedy, and yet I meet so many who are. It’s ironic since essentially artists are in the business of sharing- their talents, struggles, joys, and journeys. 95 more words

Daily Inspiration

Now Trending: Working for Free!

I think, we all have our pet projects & causes and as a Photographer, I know I certainly do.

I am quite happy to give some of my time & skills for free but there seems to be a growing trend these days, or even dare I say, mind set, for companies & individuals alike, to expect things for free or cheap, on a regular basis. 130 more words

Working for free? Why? are you retired and bored to death?

Working for free (but working for yourself)

Freelancers, writers, designers, photographers–there’s always an opportunity to work for free.

There are countless websites and causes and clients that will happily take your work in exchange for exposure. 296 more words

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