Do you work at a hospital you couldn’t actually afford to get sick in, or at a university you’d have to take out a loan to attend?
In this episode host Sofia Syntaxx, a long-time member of the side hustle generation, uncovers the real reason we hate Mondays, but it isn’t what you’d expect.
Tune in for a crash course on the gig economy, how your boss is probably screwing you over, and real-life ways to effect change in your workplace today!
Want to know how to survive gig work with your soul intact? This is the podcast for you
burnout fromt the pandemic is real
With so many people now both living and working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic, work burnout and fatigue is inevitable. Join as Sofia explores the roots of the self-care movement and pushes back against grind culture.
Digressions include how to handle the big feels that go hand-in-hand with working from home during a global pandemic, app jobs, dealing with art block, and why we must reject the starving artist stereotype.
Navigating the gig economy in 2021 sucks. No one pays a decent wage, you basically pay to work when you figure in the need to have your own tools, and what is touted as a millennial solution to the 9 to 5 grind is in actuality a full-time hustle just to be broke.
The revolution will not be monetized, so let’s take nap
The Nap Ministry was founded in 2016 by Tricia Hersey and examines the liberating power of naps.
They engage with the power of performance art, site-specific installations, and community organizing to install sacred and safe spaces for the community to rest together.
Rest is a form of resistance because it disrupts and pushes back against capitalism and white supremacy.The Nap Ministry
The Nap Ministry believes rest is a form of resistance and name sleep deprivation as a racial and social justice issue.
Learn more on their Instagram.