|My friend Simon showing classic IMD grit at the whiteboard|
In the end, that's OK. I accept my working lifestyle because it is me, and I enjoy it. Thankfully, my wife accepts it too (most times - but not always!). So, it is another self-discovery that defines my path and orientation towards things. I suppose this ultimately makes me more American (live to work) than European (work to live), but this concept is too general. Besides, from a more practical vantage point, it makes me busy much of the time, which means I need to remind myself to take a break and take Ruby for a walk. Sounds like a good idea right about now, while I remember, before I start working again.