Side Hustles Are A Sign Of The Apocalypse: Your Weekly Links, 1/26/2017

Side Hustles Are A Sign Of The Apocalypse

Each week, Almost Millions offers up the best links to make you awesome about being self-employed. Here are our latest articles, as well as some great stuff to buy:

1. There’s a science to finding clients you want to work with. (April Greer / Millo)

2. Instacart is cutting salaries for contractors and employees again. (Jason Del Rey / Re/Code)

3. How to use Evernote for work. (Trent Hamm / The Simple Dollar)

4. Are you a freelancer? Here are three rules so you don’t get screwed. (Ted Leonhardt / Fast Company)

5. The creator of Old Geek Jobs generated $1000 of revenue from a Google Form in one month. (John Wheeler / Medium)

6. For writers, there’s an art to revealing your salary. (Charlotte Shane / The New Republic)

7. If you’re advertising on a budget, you need a good guide to Facebook ad specs and image sizes. (Spencer Lanoue / Buffer)

8. A comedian explains why side hustles are a sign of the apocalypse. (Matt Ruby / Medium)

9. Learn what it’s be like to work as a financial advisor for billionaires. (Shankar Vedantam / NPR Hidden Brain)

10. When asked for advice, this entrepreneur says fuck you, pay me. (Jon Westenberg / Medium)

Things To Buy

1. You can now book house cleaning and office services directly through Amazon.

2. Reading Valley of the Gods is a great way to understand Silicon Valley culture.

3. Man, the LED Word Clock is all sorts of amazing.