Since May up until now I’ve been pretty swamped in work. Which was pretty good for me, but it left other low priority commitments lacking any degree of attention. Minecraft skins, LEGO based creations, even fiction writing ended up taking a back seat to work. We’ve all done it before, sacrificing things we like in order to pay the bills and such.
I have my doubts on freelance after experiencing it first hand. It doesn’t fit me as I thought it might, but that’s alright. Live, learn and move on. Relief tutoring at Natcoll (yes, back to school again!) is keeping me occupied for when they call me, and I suspect that I will be taking over for my old Animation tutor later in the year.
Anyway, a recap of what I’ve been doing since my last post: Freelance work ended up taking up a good portion of my waking hours, mainly because I’m a perfectionist and won’t stop working until it looks just right. Kinda good work ethic, kinda bad for health. I got cranky and ditzy at certain times, which was just completely detrimental to my work. So I pulled back a bit and kept a balance on things. Worked a bit, and could focus a bit better.
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