Side project weekends
A happy problem is when you got consulting projects that keep the family fed and revenue-generating indie projects that’s growing steadily, but no time for side projects.
There’s always work to do for the former two. I’m busy 24/7 with something revenue-generating. It’s like a fulltime job in itself! But that means side projects get sidelined. Or even ignored. I don’t want that. I want to bet on those bets too. Having side projects sustains me as a maker, keeps me going in the long term. I just love the variety – that’s why I have a portfolio of product to start with! The things I learn from side projects help me level up, and eventually level up my revenue-generating projects too.
So I’m going to do what those with fulltime jobs do: Work on side projects on the weekend. That way I can chip at it consistently.
A few things I really want to get a move on:
- Improving editing features for Lifelog
- Building and launching career conversation cards project
- Pivoting Sheet2Bio
- Building and launching my social good project Inclusive Design SG
- Improving on Keto List Singapore, 5am creators
- Building whatever’s fun or rejuvenating
I’m a fulltime indie solopreneur, but part-time side hustler.
let the side project weekend begin!
Glad to see what made bullet #1.
@knight yes! Working on Lifelog this weekend
@therealbrandonwilson glad you like it. Yes that list was in order of priority