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Old 05-11-2016, 06:58 PM   #11
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Default Re: Working writer who still has a full time job problem

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Thanks for the advice y'all. Didn't really see this coming earlier in the year. It's really helpful getting insight from writers who have been there. You can't really google this kind of stuff.

And good to hear you're double booked too, Chomp!
It can get worse than double booked, too. I'm there now. But I wouldn't change a minute of it. You should also enjoy it. Yes, it's hard work, but you're also getting to do what you've dreamed about. That makes up for a lot of the pain, believe me.
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Feast or famine. Enjoy the feast and make the most of it. You never know when you're gonna eat again
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