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Reasons for productivity guilt

  • We link our behavior, our performance, our productivity, with our self-worth.
  • We also mistakenly believe that there’s actually a point where we get everything done that we want to, or should, or expect.

And we start to associate relaxing with being lazy, bad or worthless, 

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Always appreciate the time you get, because you never know how much longer it`ll last.

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