“Because it is less structured than work, leisure time leaves workaholics at a loss for what to do. Workaholics practically climb the wall when they can’t work”. — Marilyn Machlowitz
This is “painful” to read. Why? Because I felt particularly guilty this weekend.
While I did do a decent job of carving out time with our son, work occupied a better portion of the weekend. It was predictable.
It isn’t leisure that leaves a loss for what to do. It’s quite enjoyable, almost nirvana, doing nothing. But the work starts to pile up. So much to do. So little time.
Yes indeed, so little time. Our nine-year old will be driving before you know it. And then it will be too late.