Originally Posted by ZephyrusX
Hehehe...I think that person may live in the same world as I do.
Except I have unicorns, not giraffes. I'm much too short to ride giraffes.
Originally Posted by elucidate
I couldn't rep you momo, but I wanted to say my grin grew exponentially from reading that.
The funny thing is, I was raised with a father who believes aussies should be more like americans in their work ethic...but he's a workaholic who doesn't know how to relax,so...
Thank you! I'm so glad it made you smile!
I thought it was pretty darn funny!
You know, I'm not going to lie. I was poor when I was a kid before I understood the whole work ethic thing, but right now I'm pretty priviledged so it's easy for me to say "chill and enjoy."
There are some people I know, though, who seem to have everything they need and more and in order to keep all of that, they sacrifice time with their families and half the time end up losing all of the things they're working for just because they're trying to make enough money to keep it. It's really sad sometimes.
I don't think that's only an American problem, though. I think it runs throughout the world and without a balance of chillaxers and workaholics we might be missing some important balance in the economy.
That was a completely uneducated BS hypothesis, just so you know.
Just a wonky theory I've had all the sudden. "How Chillaxers and Workaholics Create Economic Balance."
Must draw graph with crayons...be right back.