Tag Archives: laziness

Feeling Lazy

I need to get in another day of laziness before the end of Summer this weekend. After all, the old Nat King Cole hit, “Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer” extols summertime laziness, doesn’t it? “…Those days of soda and … Continue reading

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Less Housework Today

For No Housework Day, today, I will only do less housework. First of all, there are a few things I automatically do that make me feel better doing them than if I neglect them. The first task before anything else … Continue reading

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Complacency

From my perspective, it appears that wide-spread complacency has brought civilization to the brink of collapse. We have lulled ourselves into this collective state of mind because we seem to think we have all the necessary answers at our disposal … Continue reading

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Sloth And Torpor

One of my cousins once remarked, “You can learn a lot about life by observing cats.”  I think of that statement sometimes when I’m in the presence of felines. I’ve been observing my sister’s newest cat ever since the kitten … Continue reading

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Lazy Bones

Society has a charicature-like notion of laziness.  We picture someone lounging with a teevee remote in one hand and junk food in the other, wasting away the hours. Sometimes this image includes a self-righteous partner scolding the lazy person. There … Continue reading

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Thinking About Comfort Zones

The first time I ever saw the phrase “Comfort Zone” was on the old thermostat for the furnace in my old apartment. Since then, I usually first associate “Comfort Zone” with heating and air conditioning and not the way it … Continue reading

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