Having the comfort to work from your own house or shed is a satisfying experience as it allows you to remain in close contact with your loved ones, even if you do have some work to do. The main problem with up and coming woodworkers is that they are afraid to say No to any work offers as they feel they will be missing out on an opportunity. This inevitably leads to excess work being accepted and deadlines getting tighter.
It is important to allow yourself enough breathing space so if one task is delayed due to unforeseen circumstances you will have time to recover. By accepting too many chores you will get bogged down, will not have any social or family life and will likely not deliver on time, which will anger your clients.
If you work full-time, are happy with conditions and have some spare time on your hands then resorting to part-time may also offer a golden opportunity. My word of advice would be to think twice about working both full-time and part-time in woodworking as you will get burnt out with doing the same stuff day in day out.>