I’ll Pay You In Exposure!

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There seems to be a tendency for people to disrespect and undervalue creative services. Whether you draw, paint, make music, write and so on, people seem to think your job is easy. Assuming that they consider it a job in the first place. They want what you have to offer but they don’t want to pay you for your time and the product they’ll receive.

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I like to write about everything but mainly life lessons, relationships, and advice in general. I respond to comments so feel free to start a conversation!

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