You have about seventy years on this earth, barring disease or accident. Of that time, you will spend about 1/3 of that time asleep, so you really only get 47 years or so. That's only about 17,167 days, total, for you to use.
Now, suppose you're twenty years old right now. You're seven-thousand days old,
I've alluded previously to a particular brand of laziness that separates a good engineer from the average person. It sounds disparaging at first, but there is an aspect to engineering laziness that is absent from almost every other kind of laziness:
Engineering laziness encourages progress
How can laziness encourage progress? When we think of laziness, we