Well. This has been a rather bad day, with a good ending.
The day started with insults. All digital:
On top of that, after looking over my finances recently, I came to an inescapable conclusion: I can’t afford to keep Otherspace going at the moment. So I
Man, that was unpleasant. I know my animators expect a regular paycheck, so if I’m not following through on that…I feel bad. I feel like I’m not doing my job. And I’m not, really; I should have handled my finances better. But, well, I didn’t. So here we are. I’m not hugely depressed, just mildly disappointed in myself.
Work went pretty well, and afterwards I swung by the grocery store for essentials, then home, where one of my Alibris books had arrived. It was Tom Peters’ The Brand You 50, which I spent much of the evening reading.
I’m taking its advice to heart. Which is: if you’re a
My initial response: I wrote down all of my major projects on index cards, and ended up with eight of them. I tore up half of them. I now have four projects on my plate: Writing my young adult novel, drawing a comic, becoming the Paranoid Masochistic Build Engineer for Syllable, and keeping up with Otherspace duties.
Of course, that latter won’t be much of a chore for the next month or so….