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Problems Only Filipino Freelancers Will Understand

Freelancing is awesome. Goodbye 9-to-5, goodbye traffic, goodbye office attire. Hello pajamas, hello work-life balance, hello freedom. But all this freelancing power comes with its own set of problems. Illustrator Manix Abrera set droves of local freelancers LOL-ing at their desks when his webcomic News Hardcore! [http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/446413/humor/newshardcore/manix-abrera-s-news-hardcore-221] appeared on GMA News Online. Check it out below and tell us which ones you could

4 Simple Ways To Get Things Done

Do you sometimes feel like the search for a productive work day can be similar to the pursuit of happiness - unattainable and never-ending? Though legendary basketball coach John Wooden said, “Don't mistake activity for achievement”, give yourself a round of applause for checking out this article by Avery Augustine, who imparts tips on springing back from an unproductive work day [https://www.themuse.com/advice/4-ways-to-bounce-back-from-a-totally-unproductive-day] :1. Do just one thingThe magic

6 Types of Officemates You Meet Everyday

Just like family, the people you work with in the office are people you didn’t choose. Unless you’re a boss, a lot of final hiring decisions aren’t yours. While this makes for a lot of fun stories and human interaction, it can take a toll on your day-to-day if you simply can’t stand your officemates. Maybe familiarity breeds contempt, or someone has a tendency to take off their shoes during meetings, but you have to work with them nonetheless. This becomes a bigger problem in the Philippines

5 Stages of Accepting a Job Abroad If You're Filipino

Congratulations, you've just accepted a job abroad! [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/03/5-traits-successful-filipino-expat/] You’ve signed the contract and you’re ready to earn expat amounts of money. But, you will also have to live in another country for a few years. As much as you hate Philippine traffic [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/type-commuter/], politics, government, crime, entertainment, and Kris Aquino, this overcrowded country also contains the majority of your friend

Problems Only Filipino Freelancers Will Understand

Freelancing is awesome. Goodbye 9-to-5, goodbye traffic, goodbye office attire. Hello pajamas, hello work-life balance, hello freedom. But all this freelancing power comes with its own set of problems. Illustrator Manix Abrera set droves of local freelancers LOL-ing at their desks when his webcomic News Hardcore! [http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/446413/humor/newshardcore/manix-abrera-s-news-hardcore-221] appeared on GMA News Online. Check it out below and tell us which ones you could

4 Simple Ways To Get Things Done

Do you sometimes feel like the search for a productive work day can be similar to the pursuit of happiness - unattainable and never-ending? Though legendary basketball coach John Wooden said, “Don't mistake activity for achievement”, give yourself a round of applause for checking out this article by Avery Augustine, who imparts tips on springing back from an unproductive work day [https://www.themuse.com/advice/4-ways-to-bounce-back-from-a-totally-unproductive-day] :1. Do just one thingThe magic

6 Types of Officemates You Meet Everyday

Just like family, the people you work with in the office are people you didn’t choose. Unless you’re a boss, a lot of final hiring decisions aren’t yours. While this makes for a lot of fun stories and human interaction, it can take a toll on your day-to-day if you simply can’t stand your officemates. Maybe familiarity breeds contempt, or someone has a tendency to take off their shoes during meetings, but you have to work with them nonetheless. This becomes a bigger problem in the Philippines

5 Stages of Accepting a Job Abroad If You're Filipino

Congratulations, you've just accepted a job abroad! [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/03/5-traits-successful-filipino-expat/] You’ve signed the contract and you’re ready to earn expat amounts of money. But, you will also have to live in another country for a few years. As much as you hate Philippine traffic [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/type-commuter/], politics, government, crime, entertainment, and Kris Aquino, this overcrowded country also contains the majority of your friend

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