Or writer’s block or whatever you want to call it


We have a finite amount of energy, and as I’ve learned, if you spend a year working 70–80 hours a week, other areas of your life are going to suffer — probably, all of them.

When you’re working weird hours everyday, time becomes meaningless. So you start to drink at 11 a.m. to convince yourself that you’re still free, despite the fact that you obviously aren’t.




Writer and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer.

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Harry Seitz

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Writer and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer.

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