Having a handful of jobs that each require their own individual planning and preparation?
(Not Pictured: BYU Children's Creative Dance, and working for myself trying to teach yoga from home)
Sure, my hourly rate is more than double minimum wage, but it is quite challenging to actually get the hours.
Love it? Yes. I get to teach dance and yoga--what doesn't sounds great about that? No desks. No managers (basically). Trying to help people feel better in their bodies and enjoy moving and living. Plus, I do have good amount of free time (due to the difficulty of getting more hours).
Tiring? Yes. For example, I need to choreograph 8 dances in the near future. I have some job to go to 6 days a week. And it's all teaching. Teaching (especially the younger ones) is tiring. Many hours not spent at the job is spent planning for the job. Not to mention the driving or biking to each of these various locations.
But what would I be doing instead? It's better to kill yourself with what you love, right?