Tuesday, March 22, 2011

keep a low overhead

The only thing you should have to do is find work you love to do. And I can't imagine living without having loved a person. A man, in my case. It could be a woman, but whatever. I think, what I always tell kids when they get out of class and ask, 'What should I do now?' I always say, 'Keep a low overhead. You're not going to make a lot of money.' And the next thing I say: 'Don't live with a person who doesn't respect your work.' That's the most important thing—that's more important than the money thing. I think those two things are very valuable pieces of information. Grace Paley

2 comments:

CAzulay said...

oh what a great post.
thanks.

victoria thorne said...

yes. a magnificent post.

grateful for it.