I think there is a spectrum of laziness that occurs with lazy days. The first lazy day is completely beneficial. Your stress level goes down, and you feel relaxed, remember to pay attention to your loved ones more, and maybe take your dogs for a walk.
Day 2-3 of lazy days start to get a little monotonous, but you roll with it because, hey it beats working. Your family members support you in taking some well-deserved “me time”.
Day 4-7 – You stop worrying about shaving anymore. You start getting tired of doing simple household chores. Going out seems exhausting, and you begin to dread social interactions with people other than your inner circle.
Day 8-12 – Your clothes are no longer clean, your home becomes cluttered. Day drinking starts to seem like a good idea, as does not doing much of anything. Your partner is not thrilled with this development.
Day 13-17 – Even your pets are starting to wonder what is wrong with you. You have reached something of a final form. You have really cut any type of risk or challenge out of your day and start wondering what everyone else’s problem is with you.
Day 18-23 – You start to think maybe being homeless would not be so bad, it would be better than having to go back to work right? You no longer fit in most of your dirty clothes and dread going out to buy new clothes. You could survive in the wild, you watched “Alone” ….like all the seasons…
Day 24-30 – You have definitely developed a unique scent that you can smell behind you when you walk by the fan. Even your friends and family have taken to somewhat avoiding you. Your fingernails look like a vampire’s, but you think it’s cool so why not keep going? You are committed now.
Day 30-45 – You forgot to pay the rent check, not that it matters because you probably were fired by now anyway. You have decided to pursue a career as a YouTuber because that has always been your dream. The man will no longer hold you down.
Day 46-60 – You have a total of 10 likes on 10 videos, maybe quitting your job was not the best idea. Your dog looks into your eyes and wonders if it is time for the two of you to part company because you are no longer a reliable pack leader. You break down crying explaining that it is not your fault, you just wanted some lazy days! Your dog decides to give you one more chance.
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