My current job as a writer obviously. All other jobs I had in my early 20s were boring af. I can't even pick one as better than the other bc they all sucked even if i kinda liked them at first lmao.
2) What did you like about it?
What DO i like about it you mean? The fact that I make my own schedule and can technically work anywhere. Researching is fun too.
3) How can a kid become like you when they grow up?
Um, well, obviously you have to be interested in writing, perfecting your grammar, shit like that, but also it's pretty important to learn how to properly research and not just properly research, but quickly absorb information so that you can write it out in a way that will sound like you know wtf you're talking about. Start writing early and often basically. Figure out WHAT you like to write about as well.
4) What safeguards do you use to avoid mistakes?
Proof-read obviously, but I also have a grammar-checker turned on to catch little details that i might otherwise miss.
5) What's changed in the world that you've had a hard time keeping up with?
SEO has changed a lot since i started and i really don't or haven't kept up with it. But I most work with digital marketing agencies and not directly with clients, so THEY do the SEO crap and I just write.
And now the questions from F.riday5.com
1. What is the longest you ever spent on the phone on one call?
Probably a few hours back in my teens or early 20s. Who knows why really.
2. When you were a teen, how important was the phone in your daily life?
Pretty important. I definitely talked on the phone a lot more then lmao.
3. How much do you use the actual telephone function of your phone today?
Hardly ever lmao. I hate talking on the phone and I will do almost anything to avoid it.
4. How well do you handle phone calls at work?
I don't talk much on the phone for work. Almost all communication is through email.
5. What are some good telephone-themed songs?
The song by EXO-SC is the first one that came to mind. Yeah it's pretty good.