There are a lot of articles about Bob Dylan's new autobiography, but I particularly enjoyed this bit from the NME:
He said that life improved for him in the Eighties. "In my real life I got to do the things that I love the best...Little League games, birthday parties, taking my kids to school, camping trips, boating, rafting, canoeing, fishing...I was living on record royalties."
I think part of being Advanced is realizing the importance of having a real life. Sure it's fun to live the overt rock'n'roll lifestyle, but that is an empty experience. Settling down is much more fulfilling. And Advanced.