When I asked my wife about this — and yes, I think she's even more tired than I am on a routine basis — she basically told me that my dream is not achievable. Her advice is to accept the fact that I'm always going to be tired, at least until the last of the children is out of the house, buck up and deal with it.
I have a sneaking suspicion she's right, but I want a larger sample size. So, if you're willing to keep serving as subjects of my experiment, I'd like your take on this.
Do you feel like you're always tired? If so, are you simply resigned to the fact, or have you tried to find ways to be more rested? If not, to what do you attribute your ability to avoid constant tiredness? What tips could you give to those of us who sometimes feel like we're sleepwalking through life?
Let me know your thoughts and ideas, and I'll share them in a future column.
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