ElgaKoster Posted May 30, 2014 Share Posted May 30, 2014 I came across this interesting article this morning and I think it is true, we all need a break from what we do for money. My question, when your hobby becomes a job and you make miniatures full time...as creative and fulfilling as it is, it can become stressful at times, especially when you need to finish items for a show or class that you are teaching, do any of you have something you do just as a hobby? I have been making miniatures full time now for three years...lately I find myself just not wanting to do any work on a weekend, but also haven't found anything else to do...so the time just kind of gets frittered away in doing nothing much. Oh, I have things I want to do...but they all need a dedicated space to do them or lots of money, something I don't have at this stage...and most of them are still miniature related...porcelain doll making is one, I used to make the full size dolls, still have my kiln, china paints etc...I so wish I had an extra room that I could set up for this.I would love to hear your thoughts on this subject.http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/capitalbusiness/career-coach-the-value-of-hobbies/2013/05/03/ffa53f2c-b294-11e2-bbf2-a6f9e9d79e19_story.html Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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