Ask to play a game, and Google Home says in a higher-pitched, faster-paced voice “Oh boy, this is gonna be so much fun!” The Wall Street Journal reported that Google has hired Pixar writers to give the device more personality, and it constantly shines through.
My advice has always been to figure out how to pay your minimum bills first and take any work that will allow you to do that in the least amount of time for the highest amount of money. This gig is your anchor gig. You don’t have to love the work (though you probably shouldn’t loathe it either), but it needs to pay decently and take up less than 50% of your time. It could be copywriting for a marketing agency, ghostwriting for an executive, whatever. Once you have most of your basic income accounted for, you can be choosy about what you’re doing for the love. (If you’re living in Bushwick with five roommates and have no kids or mortgage, you can be even more choosy.)