A quiet space for busy minds.

Do you…

  • work as a freelancer or entrepreneur?
  • struggle with your current job but don’t see any other options?
  • want to start a blog or boost the one you already have?

Then you are at the right place!


In The Zen Freelancer, you’ll find useful advice and tips on working as a freelancer or entrepreneur, starting a blog and making it successful, maintaining a healthy work-life balance.

I have to give you a heads up: if you work on your own project, at times you will feel overwhelmed or anxious. There are so many things that have to be done…

Even worse: you have to take care of everything because there is no one who can do it instead of you. It could be the case that not knowing where to start can make you feel like giving up on everything.

But that’s alright. Because you can handle it.

In order to help you cope with those moments I will guide you how to…

  • build an effective productivity strategy
  • improve your planning, time and project management skills

You’ll learn to recognise and celebrate success by setting the right goals and improving your performance in order to achieve them.

In The Zen Freelancer, you’ll find motivation and inspiration even in the darkest days when everything seems a big ugly failure. You’ll find zen in the chaos of everyday life.

I know how it feels to lose hope and confidence. To feel defeated or overwhelmed by everything you should do in order to start working on your own project.

But let me tell you a secret:

The first tiny step on the road to becoming a zen freelancer is forgetting the word “should”.

If you have this kind of mindset, you’ll feel obligated to work on your projects. And who’s the best friend of Obligation?


You’ll start hating what you’re doing before even giving it a chance to grow and become successful.

But how to convince yourself to get things done then?

Remind yourself that whatever you do, you do it for you. And that completing the tasks you have for the day will bring you joy, fulfilment, happiness.

This will make you feel good.

Good about your work but also good about yourself, the zen freelancer.