Posted September 14, 2019 15:53:39 I’m one of the lucky ones.
As an aspiring music and arts producer, I’m lucky enough to have access to gigs like the Music Academy at The Royal Adelaide Hospital and the Adelaide Art Gallery.
The only real downside to that is I need to make money to support my family, so that’s not always easy.
But it’s the best thing in the world for a young Australian to have a gig like that, so I’ve got to go for it.
I love being part of a company and a family, and that’s something I’ve never had before.
The last few years have been difficult for me, as I’ve been working a lot as a freelancer and it’s not easy to make ends meet.
My wife is a mum of four, and I have a wife of nine.
We’re very fortunate in the sense that we’ve had a lot of support.
It’s been difficult at times.
My mum was diagnosed with breast cancer and we’ve been on a waiting list for her treatment for a couple of years.
The cancer has spread, but we have been able to stay afloat financially.
We’ve been able, though, to support ourselves, as we’ve bought our own house and we have a business.
In the meantime, we’ve managed to get through the financial struggles that we went through to get here, and our house has become our home.
We haven’t had the money to buy a house, so we’re just living on our savings.
I’ve also been struggling with depression.
We have a really strong support network, which has helped me cope with that.
It’s been really helpful, but it has also been tough.
I’m very lucky.
I can get through anything, so it’s nice to be able to make my mark on a project like this, which I’ve worked on for a long time.
If I wasn’t working, I’d probably be homeless.
But the money I’ve made has made me able to live in a better place and I’m looking forward to the future.
I also love the arts.
I was born and raised in a very arts-based family, which is something I don’t have the luxury of doing.
My sister works as a performance artist, and my mum and I do art together.
I think I would probably be an amazing composer.
My parents have been my best friends for many years.
We’re still getting used to the idea that we don’t own our own homes, so there are a lot more barriers.
But I think that will change with the right support, and with the arts in general.
When I’m out, I love going to the museums.
I’d love to go back to my old school, where I got my first degree in history, and go back there and be part of the history.
It would be really nice to go out and experience things, and see the city, see the history of Adelaide, the history and the city as a whole.
I really enjoy my job, but I have to say it’s one of those things where I feel a lot better than I do when I’m home.
There’s a certain level of work I’m able to do when it’s on the side that I’m really proud of.
It feels good to be part in something that you’re passionate about and have a great time doing.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a part-time musician, or if you work in a theatre company or a record label, or even a film company, or a fashion label, you still feel that you are passionate about your work.
You’re always surrounded by people who have great stories to tell.
You’re always doing things that you think are going to be a good fit for them, and they really love doing them.
As a young person who’s really enjoying life and enjoying my job and enjoying life as a family and enjoying the arts, that’s a good feeling.
Every day is an opportunity to grow.
Every day I think about how I can help others grow.
I don`t think about what I could have done differently, I just think about the good I did today and how I’ll continue to do that.