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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


Please stop asking me to work for free.

Originally I hadn’t planned on posting this week and instead wanted to focus on my upcoming wedding this weekend, but there’s something that’s been bothering me that I need to get off my chest. 585 more words

Chelsea Walker

Why you should never work for free

It’s a very tough beginning in the world of sound work, and generally working in an industry in which most people would give their left nut to be involved at any level. 1,214 more words

There is an Art deficit...

There is Art deficit. We are lacking in creativity. Access to creativity. Platforms of creativity. Money is tight. Pinched pockets and cinched tighter then ever creating Art almost seems impossible at times. 460 more words

On Being Free

I recently had one of those moments where you realise that something you’ve blithely followed – taken for granted, almost – may not be… quite what you first thought. 1,096 more words

What I learned by working for free for three years

“We have this expression, Christy and I: We don’t wake up for less than $10,000 a day.”

Supermodel Linda Evangelista there, talking to Vogue in 1990 about her and Christy Turlington’s modelling mantra. 1,081 more words