I love learning from other successful freelancers and online business owners.
And from what you’ve told me, you do too! So each week (almost), we’re going to interview someone new for us all to learn from.
Today, we’re chatting with Holly, the solopreneur behind the successful blog The Work at Home Woman.
Holly shares the tasks that she would like to outsource, and two very important pieces of advice for freelancers. Let’s get to it!
What do you do and how long have you been in business?
Hi, my name is Holly Reisem Hanna, and I’m the publisher and founder of the award-winning blog, The Work at Home Woman.
I started working from home in December of 2007 as a marketing assistant for a friend’s publishing company. However, my journey to finding a legit work-at-home job was long and confusing. So in March of 2009, I decided to take what I learned along the way and share it with others through my blog. I’ve been blogging for seven years now, and I absolutely love it!
What got you into freelancing? Was it what you expected?
In my previous career I worked as a nurse, and let’s just say it wasn’t my passion.Continue Reading