Wasted Time

Do you ever find yourself tired, or simply not in the mood to be working, but still down on yourself for doing silly time-wasting things?

I suppose it depends on your definition of time-wasting activities. Since I work at home, it becomes working time all the time because the split between a workplace and a resting place (home) disappears. Not that it matters so much – you can read articles about how people are merging their home and work lives more and more because of excess hours worked and whatnot.

Sometimes I sit here thinking I should be writing, but fatigue eventually hits and nothing productive gets accomplished. I could watch tv, or play a mindless game online, or just smile at my daughter when she’s awake. I’m just not going to beat myself up over it for awhile. Not every single moment can be focused toward the goal.

One thought on “Wasted Time

  1. I do that all the time. And I don’t even have any reason to be tired. It’s not like I have a job yet or any children. I sit at home with the dog. Yet sometimes I feel tired and don’t want to write.

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