Time to Play?

There should always be time to play.

If I could line up all the little blips when I’m distracted by the TV or mindlessly surfing the Internet or checking to see if I’m going to get paid on that job this week, then it feels like it would be easier to find my time to play.

If I could wake up when I want and get straight to work, then it feels like it would be easier to find my time to play.

It’s hard to remember when my mind is constantly one place that there are things I could also be doing.

Stupid stress.

and by play, i mean write.
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2 thoughts on “Time to Play?

  1. Science actually agrees with that. That if you carve out a reward time (set time of day or after X accomplishment), that you’ll be more focused and determined. That most brains are trained to function higher in anticipation of a reward. (Dessert, good grades, recess, etc). So yeah, you’re really onto something.

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