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Oh, it's like a perfect description of my life. And my co-workers, many of whom voluntarily work extra shifts every week to pay the bills.
smoking quit date: 11/16/13
This article pretty much sums it up!
"The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step"
Good morning team. Millions of Americans have lost control over the basic rhythm of their daily lives. They work too much, eat too quickly, socialize too little, drive and sit in traffic for too many hours, don't get enough sleep, and feel harried too much of the time. It's a way of life that undermines basic sources of wealth and well-being -- such as strong family and community ties, a deep sense of meaning, and physical health. Earn less, spend less, emit and degrade less. That's the formula. The more time a person has, the better his or her quality of life, and the easier it is to live sustainably." According to Juliet Schor, professor of sociology at Boston College, working fewer hours could save our economy, save our sanity, and help save our planet.
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” John Burroughs