re: Do you have any energy and time for your personal goals after a full day of work at your job? VIEW POST

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Since we have our son, my me-time at home decreased, but at the same time the productivity increased in the time I have left.

I got less tolerant of time-wasters (like bad books/games/tv-shows, social-media) and I got better at baking learning into my day-job that I would have done at home.

When travelling for work I stopped flying but go everywhere by train, which introduces lots of hours of undisturbed time for reading and learning.

I started to aim for a humane 8 hrs sleep each night, which helps with the energy you need for all this activity. Again, less free time, but the quality of the available time increases.

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