This article from The New York Times, The Busy Trap, is longer than I usually recommend but the content is so thought provoking I had to share. Busy is defined as the self imposed extras we feel we have to cram into our lives while idleness is said to be as indispensable to the brain as vitamin D is to the body. The author consciously prioritises time over money. While you might not go to the extremes he does, is there a lesson here about what’s most important? See full article here.