Imagine your life like this:
Ten a.m. is for sleeping in, three in the afternoon for a nap (waking fresh for teatime). Then a rambling stroll followed by the first drink of the day. Ten in the evening: pints at the pub; a midnight contemplation of the celestial sphere; meditation at four in the morning.
If you’re wondering who actually lives like this, it’s a guy named Tom Hodgkinson, who’s the editor of a magazine called The Idler.
He wrote a book called How to be Idle and you can read an interesting interview with him on Alternet.
PS: Hat tip to my friend Max for the link.