''work to live, dont live to work''
True enough. Seen so many of 'em, in the good times, racking up the overtime, Saturdays, Sundays, 12-hour shifts, etc. Taking on big debts, big houses, smart furniture, all that shyte. Then the work dries up, the long hours and overtime end, and the poor bastards are tupped, scratting around for anything they can find, doing two or three jobs and still sinking financially. It's not worth it, just enjoy your life here if you can, and cruise along at your own pace.