I seem to have some deep thoughts gather twice a week, usually being Monday and Thursday. Between working a ton, sleeping nothing and still fighting with my health and flu that doesn’t seem to wanna leave me, I seem to have hard times in shutting my brain off.
I’d like to make my mind sometimes to “give me a break” or go on a silent, no tone and no vibration mode. While I’m happy and often very proud of being so productive, inspired and living my days with a healthy working brain tubes, here and there I have moments when I feel that if I could just shut it off sometimes, I’d feel much better and rested after putting it “on” again.
Anyway, not to bother you too much with my silly brain flow and whatnot, I wanted to bring the subject of being overeverything! Yep, that’s not even a real word, but my point here is that I feel that we live in this crazy modern world where we have to be everything, know everything and always be available! Over-worked, over-achievers, over-tired, over-informed, over-sensitive, over-fillinwhateveryouwant.
Do you feel the same as me? Are we all becoming more and more over-everything puppets that just live in a sea of too much information, too much to do and achieve, too little time to feel and “see”, too little time to actually LIVE and not just chase all the work, to-do lists, always being informed and everywhere and nowhere at the same time?
Most of people that I know, myself excluded (because I never really have holidays) live from one holiday to another, from vacation period to another vacation period. I see that those are the only moments out of 365 days a year that people get to relax a little, shut off their phones and laptops and actually forget about the work and chasing materialistic stuff and do concentrate more on each others and feeling life instead of just rushing half thought through it…
I could go on for a long time about this subject but that would be too much reading material on a random Thursday afternoon, but do write your thoughts in the comments, I read them and appreciate them a lot!