by Craig A. Counters Sr
Several letter writers have suggested doing what you enjoy. I agree.
I enjoy doing nothing and am doing it just as often as possible.
The very thought of a physically challenging project can exhaust me in advance. Lazy? No question. Everybody has to be something.
During my career, I subordinated my laziness rather well and enjoyed some success, but now, at my advanced age with zero family responsibilities, my laziness rules and, as far as I'm concerned, that's OK.
I have no more performance reviews to worry about.
Where's my pride?
Over in the comfy chair with the rest of me.
Sorry, work ethic fans. Perhaps I can write a book and title it "The Joy of Sloth."
A tip of my hat to all of the clandestine lazy folks out there.