This article is written by Quin Hoskins. Having studied law and several science-related subjects at degree level, this has provided him with the perfect foundation to cover an eclectic range of topics in his freelance writing career. From the Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs to countless travel sites, he is proud to be associated with companies and organizations that are definitely at the top of their game. The flexibility of his freelance writing business allows him to devote a significant proportion of his time to study and is finishing his last course – out of 6 – towards his LLB (Hons) this year. He is also an avid traveler and has proudly visited 40 other countries to date, with much more planned for the future.
Gone are the days where I would wake up one dreary morning with a sniffling cold and think to myself that I would take a well-earned day off from work and revel in the fact that my employer would be picking up the bill. Oh no! By working as a freelancer, those days were well and truly behind me.
Before we progress any further, let’s all agree, here and now, that you do get sick from time to time. It is worth noting that healthcare professional freelancers are often exposed to far more potential to fall ill. Therefore, the advice in this blog may prove to be particularly useful for you. Here's what freelancers can do when they get sick.