You Don't Need to Quit Your Job to Make ⇒

I’m always in need of a good reminder that browsing social media, watching YouTube or Netflix does not contribute to goals of making something. The risk of our need to decompress after a long day at work can turn into an entire evening of watching Netflix.

But what if we stopped imaging “me time” as relaxation time, but instead exactly as it is titled — time to focus on yourself and align with your goals. If you need rest, then rest. But if your goal is to one day become an entrepreneur, a significant portion of “me time” should be invested in getting there since it won’t happen on its own. “Me time” shouldn’t just be non-tiring activity, but anything that helps an individual get to the future state that they wish to be in.