When you’re looking for a freelancer, editor or otherwise, it’s likely that you’re looking at more than one person. That can often lead to ghosting at least one of them, so I’m here to ask you to rethink ghosting freelancers. Here’s why.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that I’m big on making sure you take care of yourself while you write and edit and work. If you need a break, take it; if you need resources, use them; etc. So I’m coming at you today with yet another important element of the writing, editing, and freelancing journeys: Celebrate your accomplishments.
Blogging has been a little off-kilter the last couple of weeks, but I promise you’ll get a proper post on Monday. Until then, I’ve got an announcement to share!
Let’s talk setting rates as a freelancer, shall we? I get asked about this a lot, and it was something I Googled many times while planning how I was going to freelance. So what’s the right answer?