People who have built their careers around hospitality, service, travel and events have seen their income dry up overnight. I know that I am not alone. No self-employed person is safe. From Uber drivers to bartenders to your salon worker or massage therapist, we’re all feeling it. I feel your pain as I too am in a huge state of limbo. With event cancellations happening and more looming, everything feels upended and stressful. It’s time to get practical. It’s time to use our ingenuity. It’s time to figure out how to bring in income when there is no chance of having any right this moment. Aside from sending my resume to Whole Foods and scouring the internet for remote work options (as I’m sure we all are), my other option is to lean on my community, which is you, my clients and friends, who have utilized my services year after year. Ways and suggestions to help out the freelancers and independent contractors in your life here!
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