Thursday, May 04, 2006

there's no free lunch for freelance

It's been almost half a year since I decided to try my hand in the freelance thing...that is, freelance writer, freelance PR and freelance trainer. I'm a freelance writer for a well being section of a national broadsheet, radio scriptwriter, writer/contributor for an educational magazine, writer/researcher/process documentor for an NGO, PR agent for a mangosteen company and the not so down to earth group of barangay San Lorenzo. SIGH. If only I could plan my time properly without the many interruptions and distractions, I will be earning good money from all my rakets, however, it is hard to find my discipline when I have no time to consider, no pressure from the big bosses and all. I think that is going to be my biggest challenge if ever I'll continue my laid back attitude towards work.

In a few weeks from now, I'll have a new client for PR and some training raket from a training manager friend. Still, I still don't know what I really want. I am overwhelmed. Sometimes, I don't know anymore if I am doing the right thing or not.


Last Tuesday, the UST National Workshop started and I am one of the fellows. I'm proud but I have my reservations.

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