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I live permanently in my country's city. I'm a Muslim. Now is our month of Ramadan. Next week will be our "Eid" after the end of Ramadan. Everyone in my family lives in another city. So after a long time, I will go to celebrate Eid with my family. At this time I want to continue my work and activity on Fiverr. During these 9/10 days, my IP will be changed if I work on Fiverr using the internet with my family. After spending time with my family, I will return to my present city and I will continue my work on Fiverr. Now my "question" is will there be any problem in my Fiverr account due to change of IP during this travel time? Or what should I do for this situation? I'd be happy if someone gave me a proper suggestion. Thanks
Hey there, I've been in Fiverr for more the 3 years now😌. Still, I only got 1 order😔. Can you help me to rank my gig. I really want to become a full-time freelancer in Fiverr. I'm in need of your help. Please help me improve my Fiverr gig profile. I really appreciate your suggestions. Hope to hear from you soon💗. Thank you, Have a great day! Shanudez123
I'm back - after three weeks of being on and off site, test no.1 of 'how to live abroad and still work' was completed. Can't say it'll be easy - but it's a start! But here's the thing - I ended up 'letting go' for the last week (I was still volunteering so technically still worked...a lot...) but I didn't force myself to write like before. And why? Because I deserve it. Because most people understand 'delays might happen because I'm on vacation for a week). It's not a sin to want to do something fun once in a while! And - it certainly helped with my writer's block! I feel much better about really just... everything, I guess? I did deliver a few quick orders but tried not to stress much about them - left that for LATER (which is now, to be fair. And... I came back much more inspired than before. But I know what you might be thinking - what if I can't travel (for various reasons?) Still. Take that weekend/week off. Don't be like me! (from November untill July, I only took Christmas and New Years off - I wrote every other day (sometimes a lot, some others not much, but the point is, I never said 'fine, today I'll do something else.) Even if you're stuck at home, do something else - order a nice dinner (or just cook something fun, watch a few movies, rest. You'll feel better after. (...and here are the main stars of the post. Travel pics!)