The Freelancer Diaries

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Being a freelancer has its upsides: you get to make your own schedule and you can be selective about the work you take on. On the other hand, every day is a war with yourself. You’re your own boss, and playing the dual role of boss/employee involves having discipline and exercising self-control, which isn’t easy. The following is a meticulous account of how this week shook out:

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