Like most writers, I enjoy my job. I look forward to the unpredictable nature of what kind of project may come in the door at any time. The challenge of starting from a blank page is always a great kick-start to my day, but I also like getting away from it.
I don’t know why I’m writing about ad agency life — I haven’t been an agency employee since 2014.
Oh yeah, I remember why I’m writing this. 'Cause I miss it.
Sure, we all like to complain about the day-to-day stuff.
“The client just doesn’t get it!”
“We have like zero budget!”
“How do we sell THAT?!?”
America’s first family is officially on notice.
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