For years, I’ve been streaming and recommending my favourite podcasts, on a huge variety of topics. From celebrities, to comedy, to mental health and wellness, I love hearing other people’s stories in a condensed and relaxed setting.
I wanted to start my own podcast as another way to get my voice out there and share my experiences as a freelancer, a mental health sufferer, a working woman and an organisational geek.
If you’ve ever wanted to know what it’s like to really work from your house every day of the week – you’ll like the lonely freelancer.
If you like hearing other people’s experiences with mental health in the workplace and the stresses of a side hustle, you should listen to the lonely freelancer.
If you enjoy nothing more than hearing a highly caffeinated person colour-coordinating her inbox on a monday morning, you’ll love the lonely freelancer.
So how can self-care and wellbeing truly intertwine with the everyday office? Is it actually possible to meditate fully when sitting at your desk? Perhaps not. But there are ways of providing yourself with that much-needed mindfulness, without drawing attention to yourself or ruining your working flow.