You worked as a development executive, but then made the switch to full time writing, may I ask why? Was there a change it what it was you wanted to do that happened gradually, or had you always wanted to be a writer and just took a shot when the opportunity arose?
Hmmm, lessee. Writer: more money, less work, fun creative work, don't have to wear a blazer, can bring dog to work. Development exec: poor pay, no respect, no clout, no way up. Dog not welcome.
I think a job is a good one where you're working with your brain, but have to dress up to go out at night. If you dress better at work, it's not a good sign. Since I've just spent an hour working in my pyjamas, I think this is a good job.
I hear Michael Jackson also works in his pyjamas.
Crap, I'm a neurologist . . . I'd be thrown in jail if I wore my jamies to work. I took my pug to the office once . . . but he freaked out(I had to give him a Valium). My work. No Pug. No jamies . . . just a stiff suit. I'm in the wrong racket.
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