Successful Freelancers Talk About Their Favorite Health Hacks

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“Every man’s disease is his personal property.” — Alonzo Clark

Have you checked on your health lately?

Sure, being a freelancer has a lot of benefits.

Setting your own hours.

Working from home in your pajamas.

But whether we admit it or not, it’s not all roses and sunshine.

There are isolation, financial pressure, and a possible toll on your health.

So using self-care strategies is a must, especially during these times that we’re in.

Fit body = Fit mind

Spending some time taking care of yourself first will naturally reap the rewards in terms of improved work performance.

And if it seems that there are constantly 101 things that need to be done, here’s the solution.


Not all tasks need to be done right away. Tama?

So figure out which tasks need to be done in what order, and tick them off one by one.

Also, say NO to multitasking.

It doesn’t make you time-efficient.

Choose a more important task first. Then do repetitive tasks that don’t require much mind power when you’re a little tired.

Makes sense?


Now, successful freelancers aren’t only successful because of their skills or how much they earn. They’re able to succeed because they take care of their health.

Discover how they do it by watching this replay.

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Jason Dulay

Jason Dulay

Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.

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