Let’s face facts… most of us have to do a day job that does not fully represent our dreams.
Hollywood is full of actors working as waiters, surviving off minimum wages and tips from patrons.
It’s all part of the journey.
It’s easy to get depressed when you are stuck in the darkness of the day job tunnel; when you really can’t see the light in the distance.
Resentment, bitterness, anger, hopelessness.
We can miss the magic in the moment, when we lay captured by the apparent futility of our dreams.
My premise is that the day job is vital part of your creative development… magic in the mundane is happening all around you, we just have to keep our eyes open to see it.