Thursday, 26 November 2015

5 Things I’ve Learnt From Half a Year of Freelancing in Germany

I wrote a post about my experiences getting up and running as a freelancer in Germany:

My part-time editing job in an office pays my rent and keeps me insured, while also making sure I have regular contact with humans and stay up to date with my industry just by showing up to work. I specifically chose this part-time position because I wanted space to continue relationships with the freelance clients I’d been working with before.
As a foreigner in Germany, I’m very, very lucky to be a Festangestellte (employee) and Freiberuflerin (freelancer) at the same time. From the first one, I make enough €€€ for basic living costs and am health-insured. With the freelance stuff, I can justify splashing out on something nice every now and then. 
But what are the five biggest headaches I’ve come across since starting to manage my own workload and income?
read the rest on Medium... 

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