The Guilt of Free Time

Catching up with a group of friends the other day made me realize something that shows how deeply embedded “love of work” is in our culture. We don’t even have to love our particular job, but we all know that work is #1.

When people ask you “How are you doing?” or “How have you been?” or “How is everything going?” it’s a work-related question.

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Top Writer in Gov, Politics, Economics. Love nature, technology, and standup! Bachelor’s in Communication Studies & Mechanical Engineering @ Cal Poly SLO.

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Top Writer in Gov, Politics, Economics. Love nature, technology, and standup! Bachelor’s in Communication Studies & Mechanical Engineering @ Cal Poly SLO.

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