by Ryan Massachusetts
I see I'm not the only one here with this issue. My husband is an airline pilot and has been sitting at home for 11 months now because of COVID getting paid through the teeth to do nothing. Yes it could be worse - he could be unemployed.
But I get up every day and log onto to my miserable job that I've come to hate, while he lays around the house watching re-runs, literally wearing a hole in the couch cushion.
He could exercise, or do a puzzle or walk the dogs but in 11 months I haven't seen him do one goddam thing with this gift of time. I've never had problems filling time with interests; music, reading, volunteering, museums, hiking etc.
This is what worries me. What kind of retirement can I expect?
Am I going to have some boat anchor tied around my neck?