I still do freelance design work mostly, but I do whatever I can, piecing together a lot of odd jobs and pretty much any work that comes up at certain times. But most importantly, I've accepted the fact that I will live on very little money, with the idea that I’ll have more control over my time and still be able to continue making work that I’m excited about. I have a very modest income no matter what. I don’t own anything of much value, I don’t own a car or a house, and I’ll probably never own those things. That’s one of the reasons that I moved back to Pittsburgh. Instead of the stress and challenge of working 50 hours a week and then trying to make my work afterwards with less time but more money, I’ve chosen to have more time but less money. It can be extremely stressful and intense at times, but that’s been my model. I don’t know if it’s a successful one, you'll have to check back in with me in a decade to see how things turned out!