My First Year as a Full-time Freelancer

Some back story first. It was something I’d been planning to do for a while now. I wanted OUT. Out of the rat race, and office politics. I longed to be free, to travel and share my experiences or not travel and share my experiences. I wanted the choice for myself dang it. I’d been working for over twenty-five years in the I.T. industry, mostly as a high-level “Desktop Analyst” or an “Application Support Specialist.”…

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Born in New York, schooled in the Berkshires, Became an adult in L.A., found my Soul in Seattle. Been writing & drinking copious amounts of coffee since 2012.

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Ken Saunders

Ken Saunders

Born in New York, schooled in the Berkshires, Became an adult in L.A., found my Soul in Seattle. Been writing & drinking copious amounts of coffee since 2012.

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