When I decided to take the leap and go for what I wanted to do, I started finding a lot of inspiration on the world wide web. I found myself hopping on to different blogs and websites of people who went through a similar experience and are now doing their own thing and helping others get on their own groove.
In this post, I’m just going to list down these awesome blogs and websites.
These websites are mostly about healthy living, traveling around the world, and starting your own business. The two common things about them are: 1) they are by or about people who decided to take their fates and lives into their own hands, and 2) they help and encourage people to do the same. These are very interesting reads. I hope you enjoy them! :)
Read about interesting shakers and movers, travel hackers, freedom thinkers, and location rebels.
- revolution.is – “Weekly stories from change-makers and culture-shapers who take initiative, trust their gut, and create revolutions in their work.”
- hey amber rae – “Imagine a world without a speed limit.”
- The Middle Finger Project – “Turn your creative genius into a biz that makes you a shit ton of money”
- The Domino Project – “a new way to think about publishing”
- The Feel Good Lifestyle – “empowering you to live life optimally”
- Location 180 – “build a business, live anywhere, achieve freedom”
- The Friendly Anarchist – “your life, your pace, your rules”
- Disrupting the Rabblement – “waging war on thoughtless living”
- Wandering Earl – “life of a permanent nomad”
- The Art of Non-Conformity – “unconventional strategies for life, work and travel”
- Take Flight – “stories about amazing people who’ve taken to the skies to change their world”
- DIY Writer – “self-defined, self-driven, determined, and willing to try it all”
- The Smart Passive Income Blog – great blog about earning from online stuff
- Mridu Khullar Relph – tips and advice from an award-winning freelance journalist and writer
This is just a short list, but these are some of the blogs/sites that are really fun and inspiring for me. They are all so positive and that makes me feel positive, too. Knowing that there are people out there who are doing these amazing things really makes a difference somehow.
For more freelancer-related information, these are the sites that have been really useful to me:
- The Freelancer Pinoy – tips and what not for the Filipino freelancer
- alsabado.com – freelancer’s guide
Are there any blogs or sites that inspire you? Please share! ;)
Read the previous posts in this series:
0 – Going Freelance a.k.a. Operation Jump Series
1 – Going Freelance, Part 1: Jumping ship
2 – Going Freelance, Part 2: Getting online jobs
3 – Going Freelance, Part 3: Withdrawing earnings from oDesk and PayPal