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There’s “tired”, and then there’s “tired :)” (with a smile). Maybe :} is a better emoticon as it sorta looks like the image to the left.
I caught myself saying that a few times today when people asked how I was doing. I think a better word might be “drained” – it describes more accurately the feeling of leaving everything on the field. This morning, I felt drained when I swam laps in the pool, but I felt good after because I knew I was doing something healthy. Similarly, today, even though I coded until 10:00pm, I felt drained, but I was happy to do it.
This should be contrasted with getting home from a job you’re not motivated to do, where you come home “tired :(“. Tired of work, tired of anything related to work, tired of hearing the name of a colleague ’cause it reminds you of work… Tired with a smile is something I’ll now try to remember to strive for on a daily basis.
Here’s a way to judge my day.
if energy.at_time(7:00am).energy < energy.at_time(10:00pm) && smile.at_time(always) == big
puts “Good day!”
puts “Um. What happend David?”
I believe today’s output will be “Good day!”
Note: code has been simplified for easy reading and will not run in IRB :}