Published in the Interest of the Staunton Community for Over 143 Years

Slices of Life

By: Jill Pertler

I know a lot of busy people.

They use calendars to remind them of their appointments and commitments. They pull out their phone to see if they have 15 minutes of free time anytime in the upcoming week, or maybe month. They talk about the business of busyness because it’s important stuff. It’s all-encompassing, sometimes. Oftentimes because there is no escaping it. It’s the price of success, prestige, happiness, self-esteem and fulfillment in life; busy leads to all these and more.

It’s all good. Or maybe not.

Take it from someone who used to think she was one of the busiest of...


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