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Many makers started a side project or even left their job to find freedom. Freedom to manage their own schedule, to live wherever they want, to define their own goals.
But being an indie maker often means freelancing on the side until you get to that elusive product-market fit, trying to re-create a routine, and picking your location based on the money left in your bank account.
See below for our take on these questions this week + our most popular content in January. Want to be real buddies? Follow us on Twitter for daily updates, and hit reply if you want to contribute.
Best of this week
- Estonian eResidency and the future of freelancing
- Living and working as an indie maker in Singapore
- How to establish a routine after you quit your 9-5
- Looking back at 2018 and going forward in 2019
Most popular in January
- A couple of nomad makers: the story of how it all began
- Why taking things apart is the most important skill for a maker
- So you’ve launched on Product Hunt, now what?
- Pros and cons of studying as an indie maker
- No-code movement: building startups without code
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