8 Best Platforms to Receive Payment for Freelancers

8 Best Platforms to Receive Payment for Freelancers

Whether you pivot to become a freelancer or look into building a remote business, knowing the best payment platform early on in your business can tremendously help streamline your workflow. Even more so, if you work for international clients in which you may have to endure some additional fees like conversion rates or even bank fees to receive the funds from overseas. 

Recently, I came across a lot of questions within my communities that talk about some alternative payment methods for international bank transfers. So, in this post, I'm going to share some of the best platforms to receive payment for freelancers based on my experience of working with international clients. 

Although I'm focusing on the freelancers as the recipient end, this post might be useful too if you want to outsource some of your workloads off-shore. 

The Ultimate Guide to Blogging in English for Non-Native Speakers

The Ultimate Guide to Blogging in English for Non-Native Speakers

I recently came across a Filipina who shared that she's an aspiring writer who wants to start blogging in English, but she found it difficult to convey her message in her post because English isn't her first language despite the fact that she's been living in England for a few years now.

As a non-native English speaker who runs my blog in English, this conversation sparked an idea to share my experience of blogging in English when English isn't my first language.

In this post, I'm going to share everything you need to know about blogging in English for non-native speakers. The struggles, tips, and strategies to make it your competitive advantage instead of hitting yourself with imposter syndrome due to the fact that English is not your first language.

So, here's a guide on what to expect when you decide to run a blog with English content despite being a non-native speaker!

15 Productivity Tools for Working Remotely

As a remote worker, you can only rely on yourself to get your work done. And that's why some productivity tools for working remotely can help you manage your tasks so you can meet all the deadlines while trying to have a work-and-life balance even when you work from home.

From time management to payment and invoicing tools, there are some tools you can consider using to streamline your remote working system.

Whether you're a freelancer or entrepreneur, I'm going to share some tips and tools for working remotely in this post. From freemium tools to those requiring a little investment to streamline your online business, here are some productivity tools to work remotely!

Top 10 Travel Blogging Tools and Resources to Help You Monetize Your Digital Platform

Top 10 Travel Blogging Tools and Resources to Help You Monetize Your Digital Platform

When I started my travel blog a few years ago, I only used the little courage I had and some money I spent on a domain name to claim myself as an amateur travel blogger. I never really thought I'd make travel blogging for a living, and ever since, I've learned more about some must-have travel blogging tools and resources that I could use to help me monetize my digital platform.

I'm not exactly that blogger who would claim to earn 6 to 7 figures from blogging, no. But baby steps matter, and now that I've earned a little bit of money from The BeauTraveler, I want to share some tools and resources that I use to help me earn a few bucks from blogging. So, here we go!

5 Things To Do When You Get Hit By Writer’s Block

5 Things to Do When You Get Hit by Writer’s Block

If you're a writer getting hit by writer's block, know this… You're not alone. In fact, that's also the reason why I decided to start writing about some tips on things to do when you get hit by writer's block.

You may notice that it's been a while since the last time I posted the collab post on places to visit for Valentine's day in January, and there's a reason for it. And that's the freaking writer's block. It's not that I have no idea what to write, because there are some experiences that I want to write about, although I just wasn't inspired enough to start it. Ironic, isn't it?

Well, in order to hoping that it will help me overcome my writer's block, I decided to motivate myself by writing about some things I usually do when I get hit by it instead. So, what can you do to overcome writer's block as a writer? Here we go!