‘My Best Hours’: An interview for Ocsplora
I often read interviews in which writers share their creative insights and daily routines, but recently I had the honor of being asked to share my own. In an interview for OCSPLORA, I delved into my journey from the corporate slog to freelance writing. OCSPLORA: The Creative Revolutionary’s Handbook is an online publication produced by Nate Green that features stories on creativity, adventure and generosity.
“The corporate job I had back then was so soul-crushing that I was finally willing to give up a healthy paycheck to be free. So, I juggled that full-time job, a live-in job, and freelance projects for nearly a year to get out of debt, and then I let go of the corporate position in April 2011. Not a day goes by that I’m not deeply grateful for the freedom I have to live and work the way I do now.”
In his intro to the interview Nate calls me a “very prolific tweeter,” and I must say I’m glad to be known as prolific in something. Many thanks to Nate for the opportunity to share my experiences with his tribe.