I am hideously lazy. Embarrassingly lazy. I’m so lazy in fact, that it pains me to tell you what I do on my days off. I don’t want to do it, no. I don’t want to tell you. No I won’t, I won’t do it.
Okay, here’s the truth. My most awful truth imaginable….
When I have errands to run, or if I want to get out and exercise, I can’t do it on one of my days off from work. Why? Because if I have no reason to leave the house, I won’t. I’m perfectly sustainable here – meaning, I find more than enough to do here at my house. I don’t need to leave it. Not ever.
Today I was going to go to the DMV to drop off my old plates, then fill out a vanity plate application, deposit money at the bank. It’s also nice enough to go for a stroll, or visit Henry, the guy I keep putting off – or other friends I keep putting off (it’s in my nature and no one should take it personally).
But you know what I’m doing instead? Downloading Borderlands for the PS3 because my friends 15-year-old son and I share the same taste in video games and he told me that I should check it out.
In the meantime while it’s downloading, I’m watching a bootleg copy of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty on a very illegal streaming website. I won’t tell you the name of this illegal website because I don’t condone stealing. I hate that this website exists actually.
I can only run errands, go for a hike, or visit friends if I’m already out of the house. I have no qualms about doing any of those things if I’m already out.
And the only reason why I want to build a spa in my hometown is because of my laziness of not wanting to work. If I can build a turn-key business that needs very little day-to-day guidance on my part – I’ll be living that much closer to my ultimate goal of lounging, video gaming, blogging, reading, napping, painting, learning, traveling, experiencing…etc.
And having it be in my hometown means less commute, hence less time, less work. Time is work.
Okay gotta go, Borderlands is done downloading.
I’m going to build a turn-key business, you’ll see. If I can do it, anyone can – trust me.