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JOGJAfile says

4-5 hours / day.

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lou606 says

4 to 12 hours per day 6 days per week. Sundays are dedicated to my family exclusively ;) I need to have a life! :)

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KrownThemes says

7-8 hrs p day / 5 days p week / 45 weeks p year :D

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ZozoUI says

1-15

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follow20 says

max 4-5

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smudgethis says

If I am freelancing for another studio then I tend to work 9 till 6 or 10 till 7 (basically 8 hours with an hour lunch break).

I am currently doing this for a studio in London and have a 1 hour commute each way. As a non-Londoner I have the pleasure of a table in a naturally lit (non-subterranean) train and use the time to work on Videohive projects. 2 hours a day adds up pretty quickly and projects quickly develop with what feels like very little actual input.

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T20 says

10-16

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Aether-Themes says

Around 10hrs. a day usually, but I have days when I feel lazy (like today) and do less stuff :)

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ThemeBeans says

Depends on the sprint but typically 10-12. Launch weeks are almost always pushing 16/day for a few days. (I usually push theme updates for older themes around the same time as well as big marketing pushes).

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HelloCharlie says

Ever since I decided to work only as a freelancer, I work roughly up to 16 hours a day. I work at home and I made a small office to work. A break from work is only when I’m eating or when I go to see my friends or when I’m going to gym. I work about 5 days a week. Most importantly, as hard as I work, I enjoy in creating :)

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