I’m David. I’m a 31-year-old guy who’s a doctor living on the East Coast, working in a career I love by day, and freelancing by night.

I don’t freelance because I have to. I do it because it lets me connect with my other passions outside of “work.” The fact that it provides an extra source of income – an incredibly large source of income – is just a bonus.

My story

Like most good stories, this one starts with a boy and his dog. Almost as early as I could speak, I was begging my parents to get me a puppy. For my 9th birthday, they finally relented, and got me the Greatest Golden Retriever that ever lived.

From then on, we were inseparable. But after many wonderful years, he finally decided it was his time to move on during my first year of medical school.

A body and his dog

Fast forward to today.

This past year, I finally decided it was time for me to get another dog. But now as a busy surgical resident with crazy hours, I knew I’d need a dog walker if I was going to make it work.

So why freelance?

Freelancing began as a simple way for me to earn some extra cash for my prospective puppy fund. So I joined Fiverr, where I did freelance writing and editing, ultimately becoming a Top Rated Seller and Fiverr Super Seller for my efforts. And in the process, I soon discovered that not only was I making thousands of dollars each month, I was reconnecting with passions that I had stopped pursuing years earlier – and loving it!

Honestly, there’s no reason we shouldn’t all be freelancing. Do you have passions outside of your career? Do you want to make extra income enjoying these passions? Do you want to launch your own career altogether? Really, the reasons are endless.

I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t, and I’m here to show you. So subscribe to my newsletter below for exclusive tips that you won’t find anywhere else (including this blog), and let’s continue this journey together.

I can’t wait to meet you!