Category Archives Productivity

We’ve all experienced it before. The alarm clock goes off for the tenth time and you continue to hit the snooze button. You finally wake up, groggy and angry, filled with bitterness and resentment at the world, your job, and life in general.

And that’s before your first cup of coffee.

Studies have shown that, in order to win at life, you need to win your morning. And with a little help from technology, mindfulness, and good food, you can start to take back your morning and your life.


Coworking Spaces in Croatia

Being part of the evergrowing freelance community has made me realize that, while working alone, sometimes you find yourself in a rut. This state often manifests itself as a lack of creativity, inspiration, and motivation.

Importance of work strategy improvement had an influence on young professionals. They imagined a low-cost office space where people gather and work together. Not only it is a relatively inexpensive, but also a very productive way to carry out an activity they are assigned to.

The idea came to a realization and so-called coworking spaces have begun to spread rapidly among the freelance community. Since the numbers of these kinds of spaces are increasing each day, every developed country has at least a couple of coworking locations within its borders. Croatia is one of them.


Starting a career as a freelancer comes with few different skills that you have to develop. One of those skills is managing your time while working with more than just one client. I remember times when I had 8-10 clients I was working for. Sometimes it was hard to manage all the work I was doing for them. Also, I have to mention that I had to meet each one of my clients via Skype on a weekly basis.


8 ways how remote workers and freelancers master productivity

Whenever someone says the word “freelancer”, people tend to imagine a person doing easy jobs from his computer, at home. That’s not quite right! Even without the additional challenges of productivity mastering, building a career in freelancing is hard work.

In freelancing, you don`t have a boss in the traditional sense. You are your own boss. No one but yourself is going to push you towards accomplishing your goals. Working as a freelancer and having a dream job can be quite nice, however, you need to keep in mind that there is a fine line between your dream job and a potential nightmare.

In order to develop your freelancing business and master your productivity you will need a set of strategies, to say the least (if not an actual war plan)


How I Learned a New Skill While Working a Full Time Job and Advanced My Career Nomadship

This time last year, I had a full-time job. My work did consist of some interesting things from time to time, however, I knew it wouldn’t make me happy in the long run.

It was time for a change, and I started thinking about what to do next considering my professional life. It was clear to me that in order to move forward, I needed to acquire some new skill(s).

I. Creating a Personal Roadmap