It's nice to earn money but I think it's important to try to find the right balance. All work and no play isn't really sustainable for the long haul. If there is a particularly stubborn financial situation you need to get through right now, then good that you are able to pick up the necessary hours at work to help you through, but maybe you need to look at your priorities a little bit.
How much is enough?
That is a good question Gregg..I dont know? I can't answer that ,right now Im still aiming for our dream.I did, took 5 days rest on my birthday that was my bday gift for myself so I visited doctors to check my health it was 2 consecutive days,monday and tuesday and then Wednesday was painting that big hotdog for my husband business which took me 12 hours to finish and then Friday was my complete rest and the next time I know my 5 days was over. Im trying to figure out which is the top priorities but unfortunately everything is top.I need to pay health insurance ,retirement,send money home,pay some bills.With my husband included in my insurance I need to pay 200 every paycheck so 400 a month.And no complain about it bec.although its expensive it also gives us Health saving to use to pay for the deductables.My husband hurt himself last week and I was so worried that he might undergone some surgery bec.of his knee.I called the orthopedic doctor and set an appointment for him.Im so glad I have a job that pays the insurance in times like this OMG its very expensive just for an MRI...its hard but its a commitment and a responsibility.My husband is doing his best too,and to be one of the top of Austin's best coffee trailer in Yelp,we can see we are heading in the right direction.He also work 6 days every week and on his one and only day off on Sundays he need to do some errand for his business too.
So you think there is no vitamins for Brain power
Edited by asianstreak, 15 April 2012 - 03:00 AM.