Because, I believe you shouldn’t have to struggle for your art. You can sacrifice for it. You can make it a priority. But, I think struggle begets struggle and I don’t want my work to seem like a struggle. If I’m going to choose a creative life, I want it to be good. I don’t need the path of broken dreams in order to walk on my own.
You Don’t Have To Struggle For Your Art
Jamie Varon

As a family man, this is my mantra. I really resonate with this article and glad I’m not the only creative who feels this way.

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