Virtual work has become my new comfort blanket when faced with a potential major decision that would change my whole world.
Tips to help you make the transition to freelance work as painless as possible and leave your full time employment status behind.
We all know working from home requires discipline. When I first joined Don’t Panic Mgmt, I thought that discipline pertained only to things like deadlines and time management. Boy, was I Read More
Contrary to what your child's principal may believe, freelance work is most definitely work. But for those who find their own groove, the flexibility, autonomy, and control it brings are worth the effort.
Mornings. I have a love/hate relationship with my mornings. My alarm always seems too loud. My dogs need to go outside. The kids' lunches need to be made. Laundry needs to be started. Coffee needs to Read More
I lived in New York for four years, first in Queens with the best roommates a poor, single girl could ask for, and later in Brooklyn with my husband, Austin. As most of our team members can attest, Read More
If you’re anything like us, you’re busy decking those halls, checking your list twice, and picking out just the right tree for Santa to drop a few goodies under weeks before Rudolph is hitched to the Read More
I've had a pretty wide range of jobs in my life—nannying, customer service, marketing at a startup company, and being a tour guide to name a few. But after a few months on board with the Don't Panic Read More
I started working for Don’t Panic Management as a freelance content writer back in May. I work full-time as reviewer, editor, and web administrator for a children’s book review journal, and I was Read More
Here at Don’t Panic Management, we talk a lot about virtual assistants, remote offices, and working from home. Fitting—because that’s the world many of us live in here! However, something discussed Read More