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In 5-10 years, my employer will likely retire.
I think my biggest source of anxiety is my lack of marketable skills - fear of poverty.
But if I set aside my art to develop marketable skills, the fear of poverty is replaced by a fear of meaninglessness.
If I'm going to keep focusing on art, I need to come to terms with the fact that this jeopardizes my quality of life.
Hiring a band to record my songs will speed up the process greatly. Then I can work on marketable skills.
I'm trying to find a stable routine instead being manic and then burning out. But I'm not quite sure what the intervals should be. I feel like this should be well established science 😅
Do I "let" myself work on music and go to the gym and eat well on my off days? Or do I "make" myself read at the cafe and eat junk food so that I'm ready to get back at it during the week?
The way my job has evolved, I increasingly need to have difficult conversations, and I am not naturally a people person.
I found these resources very helpful, especially the first two.
A (Shockingly) Short History Of 'Hello'
Comment on HN about climbing Mt. Fuji:
MC Ride is IN YOUR Area and he wants you to know he's SINGLE and ready to KNOW THE FIRST THREE NUMBERS
"We like to think of science as being balanced, accurate, and devoid of prejudice. Yet according to Angela Saini, racism is insidiously worming its way into research."
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