Daydreamer peace

Lately I’ve lost the deep peace that comes with having time and energy to burn. And with it, some creativity. People say that creativity needs time and space to breathe. I always thought that was pretty much B.S. — an excuse for lazy people. But it’s totally undeniable: I just started a second, 10-hour-per-week job, and those hours have indeed soaked up those excess brainwaves and made me the kind of person who’s determined to get from one stepping-stone deadline to the next but who’s missing all that empty time in which to daydream. We’re plum out of original thoughts ’round here.

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