When we are in the middle of a project, there is only so much time and energy we can dedicate to it. We are only human, after all. When the project is complete, we will probably be exhausted, but it is all worth it. The rest of the time and energy we can put into our careers, hobbies, and other life experiences.
I feel like I can say this a lot, but there is a lot to be said about putting the time and energy into things other than work. If you have a hobby or hobby that is more important to you and you have time to devote to it, then do it. It is so easy to get sucked into a project and only think about it or get so distracted from your own activities that you forget what really matters.
For many people, their hobbies are their means to being happy. It can also be a trap that can hold them back from being more productive. For instance, when I was in college, I spent most of my free time reading, thinking, and writing. While I was doing this, I was also working on my own projects, and writing my thesis. This was an important time for me because I wanted to be a historian and not just someone who was into history.
This is a time when people want to know that their hobbies are not a trap for them, but rather they are an important part of being productive. They want to know that there is time to be alone, because the idea of spending time with friends and family can be so overwhelming. This idea of having hobbies that are not just a hobby is a good way to be productive. It also helps people stop focusing on the other things that their hobbies are not valuable for.