How to Combat Loneliness When You Work as a Freelancer
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    How to Combat Loneliness When You Work as a Freelancer

    Posted on January 8, 2021

    On the off chance that you are a freelancer, you realize how miserable life can be working for a long time. Other than a couple of conveyance officials (who come to convey your takeaways and supplies), you make no human contact for the day.

    The life of a freelancer has advantages when it comes to work comfortably at home. Also, depression can be a blessing when you pick it. Yet, with time, it can be enough to affect you negatively.

    In recent times most of the freelancers suffer from work-related anxiety, depression. As a result, their job compared to office-based workers is less no people feel suffer and depression. The absence of teamwork, brainstorming, and feeling of competitions missed by any individual working as a freelancer due to work nature, one of the often-overlooked facts of freelancing life, is that it’s a solitary pursuit.

    Here are the few practices to overcome one’s loneliness

    Work at a location other than home

    Some of the freelancers choose to work in coffee shops and restaurants. It helps to be working around shop workers or customers for freelancers not to feel depressed from his loneliness, skip your usual work-at-home-all-alone plan, and work from a different location like a local coffee shop, the library. They must choose coworking space as their workspace. There are many coworking spaces in Delhi at CP, Saket, Aerocity, and Nehru Place.

    Build Networking with other freelancers

    Being a professional, you should simulate systems of other individual consultants through joining discussions. You will easily find the community in any coworking space or shared office where you could interact with other brilliant, minded people in the same place.


    The more you feel lonely and sad without social interaction, the less you take good care of yourself, whether it’s finding the time to read a book or getting some exercise. Even a short walk can make a huge difference, or visiting a friend, taking a short break from your work can be the essential boost to come back feeling refreshed.


    Author: Anvesha Sharma


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