To start off, I didn’t do any tracking, which was stupid. I guestimated, even when it was clear that I was way below the mark. After one too many months of living on the breadline, I came to my senses. Or rather, my poverty levels slapped some sense into my poverty-addled brain.
As a freelancer, you know that communicating with your clients is critical to your project’s success. After all, you want to be reassured that you’re both on the same page. If you don’t want to be caught in a vicious cycle of email chains, trails and a groaning inbox, the best thing to do is to use project management (PM) tools. In today’s post, we review the best FREE ones for freelancers (your low blood pressure can thank us later :))