Wednesday, June 7, 2006

Let's Play A Game

Let’s play a game called “How Many Jobs Can One Person Have Without Going Bonkers?”

Here are the rules:

- I type out a description of all of the jobs I have on my plate at the moment
- You see if you can beat me while still remaining sane


25 hours per week as a work-at-home administrator of a non profit service organization
10-15 hours per week as a advertising sales rep for a national business theatre publication
freelance marketing consultant for a film production company
freelance communications consultant for a mind/body/senses entrepreneur
freelance marketing consultant for a non profit business & human rights group
freelance technical consultant for another film production company
directing a short play for the Midtown International Theatre Festival
rehearsing for my own short, one woman show at the Actors Alliance Festival in San Diego

Not to mention:


Wheee!!! This game is fun!

Now, see if you can beat that score. Go!


  1. Hmmm... let's see.

    25 hours a week as a receptionist
    20 hours a week as a waitress
    many hours writing
    many hours memorizing my own scripts
    contacting press, making copies, putting together press packets, redoing website, posting craigslist ads, creating and sending funding letters, preparing for comedy show this Sunday, researching and ordering marketing materials, etc, etc.

    I don't know if I win with this, but this next one will surely put me over the edge:

    countless hours commenting on blogs and doing MYSPACE SURVEYS!!!

    Who's a time-waster? Not me.

  2. I think we are definitely a tie! I think you may work a few more hours than me on the day job side, though...


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