As a recovering workaholic, I still feel guilty if I spend the afternoon doing the crossword, taking a nap, reading a book, writing a blog, or goodness, just sitting and enjoying the sunshine. Part of me feels like if I’m not working (meaning working for financial compensation), then I should be pursuing life meaning. Certainly … Continue reading Guilty about Time Wasters?
I love the serendipity when different bloggers begin talking about a similar question or life element. Recently, there’s been a few talking about answering the question for soon-to-be retirees - what do you do everyday in retirement? Or how do you answer the commonly asked question “What do you do?” if you are no longer … Continue reading Thoughts on “What Do You Do?”
Work-life balance is an older term that was created to mean you were making sure both elements had an adequate existence in your life. Many would say that it is a pipe dream. Some people have an innate sense of being able to balance the two elements. Others are more challenged to not become workaholics. The … Continue reading Does the Gig Economy Help with Work/Life Balance?