Work ‘Till You’re Empty, Not ‘Till You’re Dry

Lately, I’ve been trying to live by a certain motto — work ‘till you’re empty, not ‘till you’re dry. I know that’s a ridiculous concept in a day and age when people are literally working around the clock, but I think it’s actually worth considering.

Reason being, I notice after a good five or six hours of intense, focused work — work on one specific thing — not only does my mind begin wandering, but I also just can’t think much more about what I’m doing. It’s like, I need to take a break. And then, even if I come back to it after the break, I’m still…