Turn Up The Volume Tuesday 11 Freelance Feels

Every Tuesday I champion a woman led podcast in the hope you will listen to it, enjoy it and together we can help increase the visibility of women podcasters.

This week is traditionally the week I dreaded the most as a freelancer.

The phrase "tax doesn't have to be taxing" often floated around my head taunting me as i found filing my self assessment tax return to be quite simply the most taxing thing I did.

There are so many emotions as a freelancer and as a business owner. And when do you stop being a freelancer and start being a business owner? Is there a threshold to cross, a certificate?

Thankfully to help navigate the way through freelance life is Jenny Stallard and her podcast Freelance Feels. It's a weekly podcast chatting with various freelancers and business owners all about the highs and lows and everything in between when it comes to freelance life.

Guests include Lucy Watson talking about her business and vegan lifestyles, Gemma Bray talking about The Organised Mum Method and how that can work for freelancers in a world of overwhelm and locum vet (ie freelance vet) Nat Scroggie talking about vet life.

I love the varied guests and how Jenny is with them all to get the best out of them. The guests in the episodes I listened to all had great value and show the wide spectrum of freelance life out there!

You can listen to Freelance Feels here or search for it where you normally listen to podcasts!

I’d love to know what you think of the podcast and do please keep sending your podcast recommendations to me. I’m loving discovering new podcasts and being able to share them.

And remember I am more than happy for you to send me yours or one you are connected to as long as a) it is majority women led and b) you tell me you have a connection to it.

For clarity I am using the term women to cover anybody who identifies as a woman. I will also include podcasts by people who identify as non-binary in my reviews but I will make it clear they are non-binary and use correct pronouns.

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