When we’re busy, rushing from here to there with a To Do list as long as our arm, having time to do nothing looks like the most attractive thing in the world.
And time to relax and reflect can be wonderful - just what we need to recharge the batteries, and reset our priorities.
But after a while, the novelty fades, and before long you’re looking back on those days of doing nothing and realising that you’re doing nothing with them.
As with most things, there’s a fine line between getting exactly what you want and getting exactly what you need. Sure, it’s great to do nothing, so long as you’re happy that you’ll get nothing done…