One other caveat: I was lucky enough to get a single stable contracting gig covering all of those hours. Had I needed to spend more time finding clients I may not have had such a positive experience.
I work 35 hrs/week (7 a day) so 10-20 hrs/week of freelancing should be feasible.
I'm well aware that it means sacrificing a lot (if not all) of my free time but as I said in another reply, I do have a lot of free time since I don't have any hard obligations besides my day job. Also I'm aware that one day I might have less free time, that's why I'd like to try this out while I still can.
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