I’d get everything checked off, only to see ten more items
appear at the bottom of the list. It was never-ending, and Ibecame endlessly frustrated that I was trapped by mind-
numbing tasks, events or work I didn’t like.
Eventually, I was able to step off this treadmill, but onlyafter I reached middle age and felt I was going to suffocateand die if
I didn’t. When you come to the realization that halfof your life is over, you’re lucky if a voice in your head shouts,―There’s got to be more to life than this! Do something!‖ And
there is more, whether you are fifteen or fifty.
Yes, there are chores and tasks that
to be done,unless you want to risk squalor, eviction, divorce, orarrest
.There are other chores and tasks that are time-suckingalbatrosses of your own creation. For example, I live in alovely, big suburban home. We have a big yard. When webought the house, I was beside myself with joy and
excitement. But I didn’t realize how much work it took to