I have a buddy who earns her hobby - producing leather belts and clothing for your choppers. She's created jobs for musicians, her products are used by tens of thousands of people and... she has not had one day off in 8 decades. I admire her, but I don't envy her.
This does not indicate that hobbies cannot be turned into work. I just wish to say that it is normal to love your hobby for a pet which matches your lifetime, but does not help you to cover the rent. You can just afford to devote some time with something, which helps to recharge your lifetime.
The cult of employment is a really toxic element of our culture, along with a protective mechanism in exactly the exact same time. In the terms of economic issues, political chaos, and climate change, it is easier to be always occupied than simply to sit, risking to appear helpless. That's the reason why we amicably create another cup of coffee, article inspirational quotations and with the slogan Just do it we go looking for another life jacket that will help us become more effective. However, if we choose to monetize our activities, what's going to remain for us? I panic every time I don't have anything to do. While I have very little free time (especially alone), I feel a certain responsibility to invest it with advantage.
How can we come to the point where free time is so full of what has to be done that there is no room left for what we would like to do? How can it be that a beautiful handmade apparel really is a reminder of non-compliance? The world will definitely not fall if I come home after a long day at work and instead of climbing another peak, I just sit down and draw. In the end, a hobby does not need to have any purpose other than pleasure. Hi, my name is Dorothy Kovacs, I am 43 years old, I work as an editor on bestreviewsca.com
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