This past year of my professional life has been the most fruitful and happy one yet. It's been such a great year and a joy to represent artists like Natalie Prass, Pinecones, Alela Diane, and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.
While everyone warned me how hard it would be to work remotely, I feel more productive than ever. I made two rules for myself, and I've still kept good on them:
- Change clothes every morning. Get up, get dressed, make coffee.
- No laptop in bed. Work happens at the desk (okay, sometimes the kitchen table.)
Being in control of my schedule also allowed me to sign on to teach music publicity at UGA this fall, speak at out of town conferences, and grow Arrowhawk Records (we have two great releases on the way in 2016!)
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