It might sound weird to take career tips from the undead, but they’ve been at it for a while. Elizabeth from War and Peas speaks to the dead (we think?), so we asked her top channel some hot tips from beyond the grave.
Time tracking doesn’t have to be scary
This comic was commissioned by Toggl. We fund our comics by making a great, simple to use time-tracking that doesn’t make you want to join the undead.
But don’t believe us. The Wirecutter called Toggl “the best time-tracking application for freelancers,” and Allison from Twitter called us “the real MVP.” Dave on Reddit only thinks we’re fine. But that’s ok! We think he’ll come around.
Toggl is totally free for creative people (and their less-creative friends) to sign up and use, so why not start tracking and see how much time you really spend brainstorming? It’s probably longer than you think.
Mart has a background in anthropology - a discipline which has turned people-watching into a science. He most enjoys working on projects that make you go from “that’s stupid” to “hmmm”.