Is a day spent watching movies when you could’ve been working a day wasted or well spent?
Depends entirely on what movies you're watching. If it's something like "The Social Network" or "The Tree Of Life", well spent. If it's "Alvin & The Chipmunks" or "Transformers", wasted.
Well that depends on who you are and what you do for a living. In case you are a screenwriter or film director, watching movies is just part of the job...
I may have to recuse myself. I haven't been to a movie theater in over 10 years. However, regarding TV movies I'm all for it. Sometimes the night before a day off I will break out all the Star Wars movies, start at the beginning, and end with the last. I call that an all nighter. Daytime it would be the Bourne series.
I depends upon the reason which prompted me to do such. If I watched movies mainly to relax; to have an all day with my fiancee; or just to have a ME time, then it's not a wasted time at all.
If I had planned on getting some work done and was then distracted by the movies, I would feel like it was a wasted day. If I had all of my work done and then rewarded myself with a day of watching movies, it would be time well spent.
It depends on the conditions of the day you are watching the movies. Do you need or deserve a day of movies, pigging out and relaxation? Or are you spending a day of movies when you could be doing something else like you normally do once or even twice a week?
Definitely a day well spent. Watching movies can allow us to take the much needed time to "de-stress" and rejuvenate ourselves. I think too often in this world we run our butts off and don't take the time to relax. Stress kills.
wasted if you were alone, well spent if you were with great company
If you've been overworked, well spent. If you've been slacking a lot, then wasted.
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