Where wild minds come to rest
Ok, I day-dreamt today for about an hour (at work!) after two and a half weeks of living in reality. But as Edison said, I didn't fail, I just found one more solution, which doesn't work. Last two and a half weeks were pretty busy as I really intended to live in reality and not to day-dream, really. So, a lot of driving (to concentrate), a lot of sports and even assigning to global walking competition with pedometer (so, physical needs are satisfied and, anyway, my summer clothes from last year are European size 34 / American 4 but I'm 38 / 8 now, so I have to work!), meeting and meeting new people, some dating, a lot of reading (so spiritual needs are satisfied), and HUGE amount of work. So, what I would miss, if I day-dreamt would be: I would be 3 KGs heavier, I would be late with 3 projects at work and I would lose opportunity to lead another 2, I wouldn't be in walking team, I wouldn't read this wonderful book about Robert Plant's solo career and Michener's Drifters, I wouldn't have all the things described in "20 years with eyes wide shut" post.
What what happened today is that my brain just switched off and went wandering. So, I spent a whole hour imagining myself to be an owner of a fitness club (WTF?) and I even read a thing or two in Internet about starting own business.
Ok, this seems not to work. Probably, I should slow down.