Episode #173: Freelancing For Your Freedom
This week on The JellyVision Show Podcast, we have a conversation with freelance writers, Amy Souza and Amanda Miska about the freelancing lifestyle. We discuss tips on how to design the life you want by working for yourself. Amy Souza is a writer, editor and founder of the call and response project, Spark. Amanda Miska is the Editor-In-Chief of Split Lip Magazine. Her fiction and non-fiction work has been published in a really long list of magazines, journals, blogs, and quarterlies.
We also discuss a blog post by freelance web designer, Paul Jarvis, titled, "Stop Doing Shit You Don't Like." We discuss how empowering it is to have every life choice back in your power. Even just the ability to take time to stare out the window can be a small luxury when you work for yourself. Check out Paul's online course for freelancers called The Creative Class. You can also follow Paul on Twitter @pjrvs
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