I’m free today

Surveying the promised land
Today was my last shift at my day job, which was at an after school centre working with kids aged six to twelve. As of right now, I’m officially a full-time music journalist. Time to start pinching pennies!

To celebrate the occasion, here’s “I Quit My Job” by Old Man Luedecke, from his 2006 album Hinterland. It glorifies a life of unemployed freedom, as Luedecke warns, “Don’t let ‘em take the joy that you make / On your own.” It also offers some useful money-saving tips, most notably, “You can always live on rice and potatoes.” That’s the kind of advice that will help to make this career transition a smooth one!

MP3: “I Quit My Job”
 
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