Americans Live to Work, Europeans Work to Live
It’s true, and I hate it. If you think about it, we spend the first 18 years of our lives taking classes in school that will prepare us and get us accepted into college. Once we’re in college, we work to get a degree. Then, we work until we’re 60 or old enough to retire, and then start thinking about doing things we’ve wanted to do just when we’re close to the end of our lives. I’m not saying college and education aren’t important, but isn’t it a little sad that our lives revolve around our jobs?