Grind, Build and Work Hard, But Don’t Forget to Unwind

Being a workaholic can make it feel like life isn’t worth living.

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After falling behind on some budgeting, I worked for twenty-one days straight — earning overtime and extra money, but damn, it was exhausting.

I can see how being a workaholic can affect your perspective on life. You feel accomplished for…

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Consistency is key. We tell stories about the process it takes to lead a successful lifestyle.

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