Awhile back, I listened to an NPR Life Kit podcast that said laziness is a sign that you need to slow down. As much as I love learning about life hacks, productivity trends, and organizational things, I've never bought into the whole hustle culture. I don't feel like I need to optimize every minute of my day.
The only reason I want to me more efficient with my time is so that I have more time to "be lazy." I fiercely guard my evenings and weekends. I try to cram all my work and life management into specific hours of the day so that I can focus on what I want the rest of time. That's not so I can do a side hustle or more work, it's so I can sit on the couch and binge watch TV while browsing the internet.
To many, that's being lazy. To me, it's allowing myself time to breath.
I am an ambivert. I love talking to people, seeing friends, and, honestly, performing in front of a crowd. But, when it comes to recovery, I want to be at home, in my jammies, not doing things. Our couch has a distinct depression where I sit every night. I can easily see how others would call that being lazy. Fine by me. My laziness lets me power up for tackling whatever it is I need to do the next day.
How are you "lazy"?