From teh morning account; Self-employed losing sleep with money worries
A study by online accountancy firm Crunch has found that self-employed people are working an average of 65 hours a week - almost double the average hours of those in full-time employment, and typically take only 14 days of holiday a year. One in eight take no days off at all. A third of those surveyed (36%) said they regularly skip meals to keep on top of their workload, while 66% said stress means they frequently struggle to get to sleep.
The Daily Telegraph, Page: 8
The above is of no surprise. Long hours and lack of days off is common.. Losing sleep is a terrible thing and can cause real issues to a business. One key aspect is keep on top of your financials. Dio your bookkeeping, manage your business financially. That way at least you know where you are.