Here’s the conundrum: You’ve got a brilliant business idea but no time to develop it because you’re working full-time. Quit your day job and you’ll have no money. But do nothing about your brainwave and you’ll always wonder “What if..?” So, what’s the solution?
As night falls, most people are packing up to go home, or meet friends for drinks or dinner. But for one group of ambitious entrepreneurs, the second half of their day is just getting started as they get to work on their new business, sideline or passion project from a co-working office.
If there’s one thing we freelancers find more terrifying than the end of the tax year, it’s the sound of anyone near us sneezing.
Staggering towards December 31st feeling bruised and battered by the previous year? You’re not alone – especially if you’re among the growing army of freelancers in the UK.
Would you like to burn-off those extra calories from that large business lunch? Or get your daily 10,000 steps while you're still at the office tapping away at your laptop?
Being self-employed or working on a freelance basis can be very rewarding however it can also make you feel isolated and cut-off from your peers.
Top Tips for choosing a Virtual Office in London
Having worked from home for over 3 years before starting at the Rentadesk coworking community here's my rundown of the good and bad of working from home vs a coworking space.
Coworking vs. Working from home