Work all morning for the heating corp

I write these stories seven days a week.

I only work about three hours a morning, so my workweek isn’t that bad, and driving to work during rush hour is a thing of the past.

I used to work in engineering and had legitimately stressful jobs, but I left when I was 32 years old in search of a unique life. That search has taken me all over the world and has allowed me to experience the performing arts for the past nearly 20 years, which I could not have done with such a demanding workweek. Fixing air ducts pales in comparison to the money an engineer makes, but working from home part time is far preferable to working 60 hours a week as an engineer for a local supplier supplier. I would never have been able to do standup comedy in clubs late at night if I had had to be in the office at 7 a.m. every day like I did in the corporate world. I’d still be there now, building heating and air conditioning systems and counting down the days until retirement, something my coworkers are still doing some 25 years later! Now I have all of these memories from 1500 or so shows, performing in front of audiences from all over the world, and I won’t regret not quitting that job when I’m old and retired. If I had been building heating and cooling components full-time, I would not have had the opportunity to legitimately live life and experience things like I have. So I’m glad I took the risk.

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