Work in Progress: Why Being a Workaholic Isn’t Great

I think many of us can recall the scene from The Shining when Shelley Duvall discovers that Jack Nicholson’s “work” is only the phrase, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy,” typed over and over again for countless pages. While this is a shocking scene in the movie, the aphorism rings true. Horror film aside, I’ve been thinking a lot about our overwork-obsessed culture. I see the posts on…

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Hi, I’m Betsy, or Bets. I write & share real talk & life stories to inspire & empower others to live their best lives. Thebetslife.com. IG: @livingthebetslife

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Hi, I’m Betsy, or Bets. I write & share real talk & life stories to inspire & empower others to live their best lives. Thebetslife.com. IG: @livingthebetslife

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