Anyone that ever had a job knows that effective planning is key, especially when you are responsible for your own work. That’s the case, even more, when you’re an artistic freelancer, or a freelancer to begin with. Freelancing, or working from home for a business, an approach that has been growing exponentially lately, requires a lot of planning. Unlike jobs where you have to travel to every day, working from home comes with its own perks and obstacles. There are many ways to overcome the latter, in this article we will discuss a few.
If you’re an artist you probably heard of the imposter syndrome before. If not: You most likely felt it and now finally finding a name for it. The imposter syndrome is the feeling of doing something you don’t feel eligible to do, because you think your art sucks, or are not as good as the others. A feeling you think you will get over as time goes on and your art improves. But let me tell you that the imposter syndrome is an illusion. An illusion haunting nearly every single artist, no matter their skill level.