I see “doing nothing” as the reward for getting results.
“Getting the nothing done” is the reward for too much activity. I see “doing nothing” as the reward for getting results.
In this article from Quartz, the author says we should make time for doing nothing. We’ll get more done in the long run…
On a recent Sunday, I found myself overwhelmed. It was my last free day between several consecutive weekends of travel, visitors, and weddings. The morning had ticked away, and my boyfriend and I had groceries to buy, paperwork to file, a house to tidy, and something to do at Home Depot.