For most people, including the Framers, core to the life well-led is "the pursuit of happiness."
Career corollaries include: "Make work fun," "Prioritize work-life balance," and "Do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life."
Outside-of-work corollaries include: "Life's short. East dessert first," "He who dies with the most toys wins," and "Par-tay!"
Yet some people believe the life well-led is mainly about being
productive and contributing, that time spent frivolously could be better
Perhaps the debate I posted on PsychologyToday.com today will help you gain clarity on whether you want to
move somewhere new on the hedonist to work-centered continuum.