It's easy if you are a freelancer (like me) or if you work for a remote first company. It can be harder of you are employed. When I used to be employed I had to start working at 9:30, and it basically meant my employer was paying me for a few very unproductive hours.
And I don't have kids, that's also important.
I see. Actually I am studying and it’s difficult to focus on the skills I want to increase with school projects and going to school to 8am to 7pm.
However, freelance seems interesting after graduation.
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