If a coffee shop doesn’t work for you, or you can’t afford to join a co-working space, see if you can post up at someone else’s house for a few hours, or invite people to yours. If you can’t find anyone else to co-work with, see if you can start a group chat with your friends on Slack or on text—not to distract you, so much as to have a couple of people to check in with from time to time, or to cheer you on when you’re struggling to get through a difficult stretch.
Even better, you can do this work on your own schedule, if you’re an early bird or a night owl, you’ll be able to start and stop when it’s most convenient for you. Location isn’t an obstacle either, you can do this work from home, or on the road, or from a sunny beach in Malibu while taking in the rays. All along the way, you’ll be receiving regular tips and updates from me on how to make sure your new career is a success. When it comes time to receive your pay, it’ll all funnel into your pay administrative account on the 1st and 15th of the month.
What It Pays: Though it's completely subjective to the company, you'll likely be paid per post or hourly. Factors that could increase or decrease the pay scale include word count, research, interviewing an expert, and more. Many freelancers are full-time, but if you're looking for a side-hustle to make some weekend money, this is a great option too. According to Pay Scale, the average salary for a freelance writer is about $24/hr.