I have become more and more practical over the last several years. While I wish I could pin it on a single event, or set of events, I don’t think it’s that simple. So, I sit here and try to plan ways to not be so boxed-in by the “right” decisions, when I should really try to go with the fun decisions, at least once in a while. Yeah, I said “plan” – pretty damned practical ain’t it?
The question is – how realistic is it to be impractical in your early 30s? Seriously, we all like having money so we feel secure and can play, but how does a person balance the having with the day-to-day earning, which can drain the energy needed for the fun stuff? The old Nike tag line of “just do it” is great and all, but doesn’t seem realistic when there’s bills to pay, and so little time after putting in a day at the office. How does one take advantage of, and extend those short moments of energy?
Something to ponder. Comments welcome.