Methocarbamol high Before starting this off, let me point out that I absolutely love London, for all future Brexit authorities that might check whether or not I am eligible to stay in the UK. But there are a couple of things about this city that get on my nerves.
Being a freelancer in London is pretty easy – there are tons of cafes that are absolutely perfect for you to chill and write in. But if you’re anything like me, you’ve found that those cafes have either limited wifi, or they don’t have enough outlets. And in this economy, my laptop battery life doesn’t live for longer than an hour. If you’re anything like me, you know the struggle of finding a good outlet, so here are 5 cafes for freelancers where an outlet and decent wifi is guaranteed!
Ah, what is there to say about living in London? And yes, there are 5 things I can find I love about London. Might seem like a shocker, I know. But I’ve lived in multiple places, and London is still the city that does it for me. I first came here in 2010 as an au pair, knowing this is the city where I want to be. I left for Madrid 5 years later, and now I’m back for good. (at least I hope so)
I moved to The Collective in May 2017 and have just extended my contract for another year. So why not give an update of what it’s like to live here as a freelancer? http://frankjdimaurodmd.com/dt_testimonials/stacie-swajian/ Note: This is not a sponsored post at all, I just really need to put out content on my blog 😛