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Welcome to The Anticareerist, formerly known as Rethinking the Job Culture

Introducing anticareerist.net, the new blogging home for the project previously known as Rethinking the Job Culture! All the blog posts from Radical Unjobbing, my archived blog at wordpress.com, have now been migrated to this new site. A brief history this project’s associated names and websites, from its first iteration in 1998: 1998: Creating Livable Alternatives

Introducing the BIG Polytheist Patreon Creator Network

I now have two Patreon campaigns – one for each of my main projects, Rethinking the Job Culture and The Black Stone Hermitage. I’ll continue to work on both projects enthusiastically, side-by-side, just as I have in the past. My audiences for these two projects don’t overlap much, and I’m known under different names for

The BIG Patreon Creator Pledge

I’ve been an enthusiastic supporter of unconditional basic income for over 20 years, starting with my former project Creating Livable Alternatives to Wage Slavery (CLAWS) and its website whywork.org, and continuing on with Rethinking the Job Culture.  I am happy to announce that I have taken the Basic Income Guarantee Patreon Creator Pledge. In solidarity

D. JoAnne Swanson on Patreon

Greetings, folks!  I’m excited to announce that I’ve just launched a Patreon account, and I’ve set it up entirely on a gift model.  Great news: I am in communication with a publisher who is interested in On The Leisure Track, my half-finished book manuscript.  It’s a personal narrative about decolonizing time and the process of

New interview with D. JoAnne Swanson in Positive News

I am interviewed in a new article in the UK-based quarterly Positive News alongside some illustrious company, including Tom Hodgkinson of The Idler and Helena Norberg-Hodge of the International Society for Ecology and Culture, who was a keynote speaker at The Economics of Happiness conference I recently attended in Portland, OR. Both are people whose

Introduction to On the Leisure Track

At long last, I have posted the introduction to my in-progress book manuscript.  I will refrain from commenting at length – for now, at least – about the inherent irony in the fact that it takes an astonishing amount of work to write a book about leisure and rethinking the job culture! Thank you to

Welcome to Rethinking the Job Culture!

Welcome to Rethinking the Job Culture (formerly Radical Unjobbing)! This is the new online home of me, D. JoAnne Swanson, founder of Creating Livable Alternatives to Wage Slavery (CLAWS) and former owner of whywork.org, a pro-leisure and anti-wage-slavery site that has been online since 1999 when I originally merged my work with Sarah Nelson’s Leisure