But, guys, it pays £30 an hour!
This is how project manager Elza Jaszczuk swapped her soul-sapping desk job for soft clay and a pottery wheel.
As I started to make more money off of stand-up comedy, I had to find a new way to blow off steam.
In the first installment of our new column, we meet a former financial researcher who switched from flogging numbers to flogging people.
Working in a familiar place and eating familiar, anodyne food gets me through the chaos of life as a freelancer (and life in general).
“We were asked to do improv games in a group interview. The job was working in a bar."
"We are lucky to have the counter between us and the customers, so we escaped the physical side of things."
"It should not be necessary for all of us to work our asses off."
Some people do cry over spilled milk.
The meditation of walking in a city is not as internal as that of hiking. You do not lose yourself in the silence; rather, you melt into the physical beat of observation.
How Christian LeBlanc is making six figures travelling the world.
Oh, and less wage theft by greedy bosses—but only if the restaurant lobby can be beaten.