If I ask, “How are you today?” I already have a good idea what you’ll say.
We’re all busy. It’s reached the point that many of us wear our busyness like a badge of honor. And what better way to measure our busyness than with lists and numbers.
Did the children learn a new skill they can put on a college application? Check. Did we make it to all the “must-see” exhibits in the museum? Check. How much less did we pay for our vacation than our neighbors? Check.
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