On Being a Full-Time Creative

Cristian Mihai

It’s been almost six years since I decided to become a full-time creative. To write, to self-publish, to blog, to vlog, to create all sorts of content, and work on all sorts of crazy ideas.

Six years ago I chose this because I wanted my words to change the world.

What happened along the way? How did this journey change me?

What are the struggles of being a full-time creative?

Well, let’s find out…

They don’t say pressure builds diamonds for nothing

Psychologists claim that uncertainty is the most painful thing we have to go through. How we deal with the uncertainty of life determines our success.

That being said, being a full-time creative means that you do not have a fixed income.

Sometimes you earn a lot of money, sometimes you don’t.

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Author: Cynthia "Cyndi" Hilston

Cynthia Hilston is a thirty-something-year-old stay at home mom of three young kids, happily married. Writing has always been like another child to her. After twenty years of waltzing in the world of fan fiction, she finally stepped away to do her debut dance with original works of fiction. In her spare time – what spare time? – she devours books, watches Doctor Who and Game of Thrones, pets her orange kitty, looks at the stars, and dreams of what other stories she wishes to tell.  

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