Is It Time for a Return to the Cottage Industry?

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When it comes to work, one thing the Covid pandemic taught us is that we have more options than many of us previously thought.

A lot of full-time employees probably looked with envy at freelancers and remote workers who could work from anywhere and set their own schedule.

But most people assumed that just wouldn’t work for them …

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Bonita Jewel

Bonita Jewel

I offer advice and insights on literature, writing, working from home, and related topics. I love popcorn, petrichor, and homemade chai. ko-fi.com/bonitajewel

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