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Going Freelance: Pros and Cons

There’s a tendency within the design community to depict freelancing as a goal to be achieved. Who wouldn’t want to lie in

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    <p class="post-preview-title"><a href="blog-page.html">Top 5 Design Trends of This Month You Must Use</a></p>
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        <time datetime="2016-01-01">May 12, 2016</time>
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      <li><a href="blog-page.html"><span>1 Comment</span></a></li>
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Going Freelance: Pros and Cons

There’s a tendency within the design community to depict freelancing as a goal to be achieved. Who wouldn’t want to lie in

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