Freelancing is serious business, but that doesn't mean it can't be fun at the same time. Did you know that there are a lot of jobs out there that you would never have thought you could freelance? Here are five fun freelance jobs you can try.
Dreaming of seeing far-off countries, or missing places you've already been to? This is the job for you. With travel writing, you'll get to write about your experiences out on the road, or at the very least, do research on places you want to visit someday. You can help out with travel blogs, contribute articles, and even write for a travel book. Check out this list of travel writing jobs and start writing!
How fun would it be to help out with a wedding? On the site, you can design wedding invitations and create wedding stationery, among other things. Check out this list of wedding jobs and feel the love.
Fashionistas, listen up. At Freelancer.com, you'll find a plethora of fashion-related jobs that could use your creative input. Whether you're into creating t-shirts, designing prints, making patterns, and sewing clothes, you'll find a job that you can sink your stylish teeth into. Take inspiration from Italian freelancer Michela, who designed a Chanel-inspired suit for a Bulgarian couple. [Story here.] Here's our list of fashion projects that you can start bidding on today.
Those who have a passion for music can freelance as well. A talent for tune and melody can be put to good use in producing, composing, and singing jobs. You can even bid to create lyrics or music videos, or even develop audio apps. See our music project list and place your bids!
Caricature and Cartoon Design
If you're a graphic designer who wants a fun task, you might want to look into caricature or cartoon design. You'll get to make lighthearted art while earning a few bucks at the same time. Here are the caricature and cartoon jobs you can choose from.
There are other fun freelance jobs on the site. You cancreate motion graphics, do some writing or photography for cookbooks, or write poetry and short stories. You just have to keep your eyes open, and you're sure to find work that you won't be bored with.