"We may keep postponing doing something fun for “the right time,” only to realize that it never seems to come."

"American workers work longer hours and take fewer vacations than anyone in the industrialized world. Most of them are unhappy with work-life balance, leave paid vacation days on the table, and wish they took more time for fun.  This is a problem, because, among other benefits, leisure improves our work. People often work better and are more satisfied with their jobs after returning from restful breaks. Enjoying work also helps people stick to longer-term goals. If people intuitively put leisure last — there’s always more work to do — they may fail to take advantage of such leisure opportunities and end up feeling burned out or dissatisfied at work."


Inspired by: Harvard Business Review - Stop Putting Off Fun for After You Finish All Your Work, by Ed O'Brien