The other day I went into my boss’ office and resigned from my comfortable, well paying, insurance providing job.
“Why on earth?!?!” I can hear you asking yourself. Allow me to explain. No, it is too much, let me sum up.
I started doing freelance web development on the side while in college 15 years ago, and never really quit. Work has ebbed and flowed over the years, because I’ve never really sought it. 99% of my work has come to me.
About 2 years ago things started to pick up more. I got a nice ongoing contract with a client and got hooked up with my friend Steve. Since then I’ve really had more side work than I can handle. Working all evening every evening gets old after a while.
My choice was really to either quit doing freelance work, or quit the day job. I chose to quit the day job. Hopefully my new day job won’t continue to creep into my evenings.
We know there are a zillion things to think about when going freelance, and we’ve been working hard to think about them. Insurance, taxes, slow times, etc. We’re praying a lot these days. 🙂
So, if you know anyone in need of web development services, send them on over to T1KDevelopment.com!