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1-03-2009 @ 8:15AM
It's never a good idea to work on your hobby.It would be fascinating at first but your hobby will become boring.eg, I'm a rail enthusiast but driving trains on the same line every day would be boringDaryl.
1-03-2009 @ 7:04PM
Have you actually experienced this effect firsthand or r u just giving our random advice with no backing?I'd think turning your hobby into a job would be awesome personally. The only time I'd be unhappy is if someone told me exactly how to do my hobby, instead of me just having the freedom to do it however I want.
1-04-2009 @ 1:54AM
But I agree completely. I play piano as a hobby and work 9-5 in an office. I would NEVER accept a job to play piano at a hotel 2 nights a week, even though I think I'm good enough. I would start to hate playing piano because I don't want to be told what to play, how to play etc.
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