>Work 40 hours per week. >Cook. >Clean. >Maintain relationships. >Maintain hobbies. >Exercise

>Work 40 hours per week
>Cook
>Clean
>Maintain relationships
>Maintain hobbies
>Exercise
>Maintain regular doctor's visits
>Go to therapy

How the frick do people manage all this without being fricking exhausted?

Everyone is trying to do alone what historically took an entire tribe of people to do, and then wonder why they're so fricking tired and depressed

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  1. 1 month ago
    Seanonymous

    Minimalism. Also create a tribe.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Humans have almost always lived in communal environments where the labor was distributed so that we could use resources more efficiently.

    The radical individuality that modern society has forced on us is not sustainable or even useful or efficient. We were never intended to live independently of each other.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      agreed. tragic and cancerous.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >How the frick do people manage all this without being fricking exhausted?
      They don't. The human body isn't designed for fast paced living like in western society, especially with a laborious and physically demanding job. Everyone is propagandized and disenfranchised to the point of needing to work like slaves.

      >The radical individuality that modern society has forced on us is not sustainable or even useful or efficient. We were never intended to live independently of each other.
      This is true, to a certain point. But yes, it will fail, due to the cultural Marxist and feminist influence eroding the last remnants of the Republic into super corrupt and incompitent socialist welfare state.

      Basic life you're describing has never taken an entire tribe. People used to work twice as long and still find time to do all the chores and life experiences you're talking about.

      Grow up

      >Grow up
      Not an argument, slave gay.

      plus maintaining hobbies and relationships are rest, how do you think humans rested for 200000 years? tiktok and netflix? frick no, they just sat around a fire talking shit or did some random shit. If anything "free time" in today's society makes us more angry, exhausted etc...

      >If anything "free time" in today's society makes us more angry, exhausted etc...
      Social media, TV and games are all extremely stimulating and further tire the mind. More traditional hobbies are nowhere near that draining.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's honestly a blessing for people like me, outsiders don't do well in crab buckets.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Actually, the more you do stuff the more energy your body gets used to producing.

    Your body just adjusts... within limits.

    Oh and if you do the first things then you dont need therapy.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The body can't produce energy out of thin air. You only have a set amount. The more work you do, the more food and rest you need to maintain it. Doing more work ironically requires you to spend LESS time working in order to recover.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        How long does it take you to eat?

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Basic life you're describing has never taken an entire tribe. People used to work twice as long and still find time to do all the chores and life experiences you're talking about.

    Grow up

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You're a fricking moron that doesn't realize quality of life was worse for this exact reason.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >People used to work twice as long and still find time
      No, they didn't. Why lie?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yes moron, they did.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Once again. Why lie? I was alive at the time, guarantee you weren't.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      People have never worked as much as they do nowadays. The average person has to work multiple jobs just to afford anything.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    1000 years ago youd be a slave.
    today youre a paid slave. you dont have to be one but youll prob be homeless and put down like a dog

    choice is yours anon

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Slaves at least got free food and shelter.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >cook
    you batch cook
    >clean
    just let it get a little dirty and space out the cleaning sessions, is more efficient, nobody will mind
    >maintain relationships
    pffft this takes like 10 hours out of a year per person, even better if it's a party
    >maintain hobbies
    I mean if you're having fun, it's ok
    >maintain exercise
    this is a time sink yes, there is no shortcut here
    >doctor visits regularly
    lol I haven't been to a hospital since I was born
    >go to therapy
    literally just put the money into a once a month house cleaner lel

    /thread

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      plus maintaining hobbies and relationships are rest, how do you think humans rested for 200000 years? tiktok and netflix? frick no, they just sat around a fire talking shit or did some random shit. If anything "free time" in today's society makes us more angry, exhausted etc...

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I don't go to therapy

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >maintain hobbies, therapy, dr visits
    >historically
    People historically didn’t collect legos and visit quacks

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    it only exhausts you to think about, once you create routines and build habits it becomes second nature. fricking neets lmao

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Work 40 hours per week
    Biggest chunk of my life, much regret. Didn't realize how much I hated it until I got laid off during the 'pandemic' and had free time.
    >Cook
    Every Sunday, me and my wife batch prep something. Shes a poor cook but can do simple sides, so I usually make 15 portions of a main with her helping out to make it go quickly and freeze it. I keep at least 6 different meals in the freezer at all times, and my wife just has to throw some veg in the air fryer or make some rice while they reheat.
    >Clean
    My wife cleans because I work full time she works part time
    >Maintain relationships
    I keep a calendar that reminds me to contact people semi-regularly. I spend one evening a week hanging out with friends, and one afternoon most weekends with my parents. Doesn't take up much of my time.
    >Maintain hobbies
    I have 3-4 hours a day of unassigned time to spend every day.
    >Exercise
    I commute on foot, and do physical labour for a living. I also have a standing desk.
    >Maintain regular doctor's visits
    I have never been to a doctor in my adult life. In fact have not stepped foot in any medical facility besides the dentist since I was 16. I rarely get sick, have no health issues, and take an average of one advil every two months, other than that no meds or supplements.
    >Go to therapy
    Never needed it. Even if you do it ought to be temporary.

    Seriously though, per day:
    >Sleep 8.5 hours
    >Eating/Cooking 1 hour
    >Work 5.75 hours
    >Commute 30 min
    >Interacting with Wife 2 hours
    >Friends and Family 1 hour
    >Shopping, Appointments, Household stuff 45 minutes

    >Free time/day on average
    5 hours

    Where's the struggle? Seriously?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >work
      >5.75 hours
      ???

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        If you are looking for an entry level job with those kinds of hours, then waiting tables can be a good choice. My first real job was as a busser, worked a 6*6 and really enjoyed the worklife balance of doing an 11-5(less tips on the lunch shift but I preferred it.

        What I do now is I am the morning guy for a catering company. I come in the morning, make soup and any lunch orders we have to send out, then the dinner cook comes in, I help her get her prep ready, do the grocery shopping, and am usually done by 3pm, unless its December, in which case I work 14 hour days churning out turkey dinners for hundreds. Wouldn't recommend it unless you are already a cook. Catering jobs are hard to come by without a strong resume with plenty of experience, but if you've already made the mistake to cook for a living catering is a good way to escape from that pit into something more reasonable.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      what work do you do anon? pretty much all the shit i can find is 9-5 office bullshit

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I took the NEETpill and consoom things I like.
    Never been happier.
    waging for goldberg is by design to make you rely on a system to make them money.

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