Last week, I participated in my very first code-free hackathon/sprint at the Next 36 Startup Sprint 2018. This event was hosted by ProtoHack Vancouver, and it was held at RED Academy. This event is intended for participants to have a hardcore weekend of building, hacking, designing and prototyping something that solves a global problem, then present a solution in front of angels, VCs and industry professionals with a 90 second pitch deck.
One of the best parts about freelancing is the incredible flexibility it provides. You can literally work from anywhere, assuming you have an adequate Wi-Fi connection. But freedom does come with its own set of problems and the biggest one I have found is that is to all too easy to use said freedom as an excuse to slack off.
At the end of the day, it's about striking that balance; it's a little different for everyone, but here's how I do it to stay on top of my freelancing game!