This book is a brilliant one-stop shop for all your freelancing needs – Emma Gannon
Whether you are flirting with the idea of going freelance, just starting out or a few years down the line, this no-nonsense guide addresses all the questions you might have about working for yourself and making the most of life when you do.
Out of Office covers topics such as how to raise an invoice, submit a tax return, claim expenses and network, as well as why working from home is proven to have a positive impact on productivity and mental health.
An essential book for all freelancers, it is a Business Book Award 2021 Finalist and an Amazon bestseller.
So many people will find comfort in this book – Chloe Brotheridge
After an unfulfilling university experience, a stressful beginning in a management career, and a severe case of impostor syndrome, I suffered a nervous breakdown in my mid-twenties.
Amongst therapy and medication, it was the online community which gave me the comfort I needed to recover.
In Depression in a Digital Age, I trace my life dealing with anxiety and the subsequent depression, and how a digital life helped me find my community, find my voice, find myself.