Well the holidays are over, and now we’re busy helping our retailers restock. It’s been a non-stop ride, and an exceptional past few months; our busiest and best season thus far- and I couldn’t be more grateful. I also couldn’t be more exhausted, and that’s perfectly fine with me. I think everyone has to strike their own balance of time. Both work and play are important, and certain people need more of one than the other. I’m a worker. I need something to do, something to work on, something to work for. I enjoy the chase. As for play, or time off, i don’t need much because I don’t waste much. I’ll pick up the guitar instead of the remote. I’ll read a how-to instead of a who’s who. That’s really the only option when you want to be a worker and still nurture your passions in the rare, but beautiful moments off. That said, if sitting and doing literally nothing makes you happy, then do it. If it works for you, then good for you. In the end, there ain’t no foolin’ time. We all get the same number of hours in a day, and we all get to choose how we spend them. (thank you for reading, now stop and go enjoy yourself…or get back to work slacker!)
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