I think that most people would agree that being lazy is a pretty nice way to spend a Sunday. Whether it’s watching movies, sportscenter or TV in general, reading a book from cover to cover, taking your sweet time getting out of bed, going for a cruise and exploring, hanging with someone who makes your cheeks hurt from smiling … the whole ideal of a Sunday is that you get to choose what you do and don’t do.
There are times in life when you can’t. You own a house and have stuff to do, you have a baby coming or family coming to visit, you are training for an athletic event, you work on the weekends … but wouldn’t we all really like to wake up and just do what we want all day on Sunday?
If you’re psyched with how the day turned out, whether you got your car washed, the laundry done, the lawn mowed, spent time with loved ones, or accomplished your goal of getting nothing accomplished it’s a success.
Just as I would hope someone else wouldn’t judge how I choose to spend my day, I try not to judge how others spend their days and time. I wouldn’t worry about how people reading this are evaluating your time management or activity index. If you’re happy, if you feel recharged after spending a certain day a certain way, that’s all that matters.
Some of us like to pack a lot of stuff in, some of us like to celebrate nothing while we can. Some of us like to do both. It takes different strokes.
You are a particular person and there are days when you have told me you need to recharge and sit on the couch all day even though it’s nice out and you know people are doing fun stuff outside. We all know this about you and it’s yet another reason why some of us adore you so much. Stop being so defensive, you have no reason to be.