11 Ways to Avoid Being a Workaholic

Yesterday we talked about where Father's Day came from, with a big thanks to Ernest Oriente for the feed on that.

Today reminded us that too many long work days prevent too many fathers from appreciating what they are blessed with every day, so we're going to suggest all you fathers out there take a look at these 11 Creative Ways to Avoid Becoming a Workaholic from Tammy Strobel of Rowdy Kittens.

She's got some very good pointers on why you shouldn't work constantly, even when you think you need to. It's very easy to think that the task at hand, any job task, is a crisis that needs all your attention at the moment. The reality is, we suspect, that every crisis is only a crisis because someone else says so.

It's never too late to get ahold of your life and slow down to enjoy the joys that exist around you. Today's a good day for that. Tammy Strobel's article can help you get a grip on every day so we heartily recommend it to all you workaholics out there.