You know how life can start to resemble an unexciting routine, in which you find yourself doing pretty much the same things day in, day out - wash/rinse/repeat? Granted, working in music means there’s a bonus cycle of play time, but even if you’re an artist, a studio-flight-gig lifestyle can quickly become same old, same old.
What do toilet roll quality control, East German traffic lights and sneezing have in common? Those were part of the Boring Conference programme - slightly less exciting than the music conferences you lucky people get to go to.
Why is it then, that these music/meeting/drinking/party marathons sometimes push you on the edge of a burnout? And isn’t there another way?