But don't worry, you can change!
Love it. This reminds me of Cal Newport's "lifestyle-centric career planning," which is actually much more than career-related. He has a bunch of podcast episodes / videos about it, but this is a good primer: https://calnewport.com/the-most-important-piece-of-career-advice-you-probably-never-heard-2/
One thing my family's done is volunteering in the community, which aligns with our value of loving other people and living out our faith in the world around us. Another thing is visiting all of Virginia's state parks, which aligns with our value of enjoying the outdoors (we're alllllmost done with all 42 state parks!).
Ugh, do I value spending time with my laptop? Thanks for the reminder.
I can confirm I’m not an ax murderer. Friends, worrying and cake take up a lot if my time.
This reminds me of a therapist getting me to write down things that make me happy, and pointing out that I hadn’t done any of them in the last 8 months.
Why do you not plan to be happy, she asked. Made me cry.
I certainly value reading Your House Machine every week! I'm convinced we are soul sisters. ☺️
This is great. I needed to read this!
This is deep. And timely. And right on. It addresses an important existential concern for all of us. Thanks for the idea.