A lot of people in today’s world post-pandemic are full-time working from home. As a freelancer, WHF does become lonely and difficult to connect with the world. Hence this topic will cover the different communities around which you can engage and reasons why you should be activate and engage with others.
In this talk I’ll share my WordPress story with your audience in an inspiring and actionable way. Your audience will discover: How contributing to WordPress as a self-sponsored contributor could help them get valuable work experience, boost their resume, build a healthy level of self-confidence, be seen as an expert and get doors to open … Read more
Freelancing is stressful enough. Being forced to do it from home can make matters worse. You might feel scattered, overwhelmed, and just plain stressed. Dedicating a single day of the month to managing that stress in an organized fashion can help you not only keep your head above water, but get you swimming! In this … Read more
I’ve been living with epilepsy for a very long time, I had a few seizures as a kid, they stopped and started again at the age of 14, and this is accompanied by several mental disorders. I will be talking about: how I’ve been dealing with this the difficulties I have faced how the community … Read more
Whether forced into a change due to the recent pandemic, or selected as a choice in pursuit of more freedom or balance, many creative and technology professionals have found themselves working from home. Though the perks of a short commute, casual attire, and pets-as-officemates can’t be beat, blending work life with home life can often … Read more
Passion for the work you do can drive a ‘good stress’ reaction; however, the roadblocks, lack of outcome-control and other negative factors cause anger &/or anxiety which works against the positive gains. Understanding the neurochemistry of stress gives the person new insight into their own behaviour. Techniques to combat the effects of prolonged stress are … Read more