Switch Off the Autopilot
Living in anticipation of a payday, paying the bills and credits, restricting yourself in purchases, and economizing on amenities, this is what life with autopilot is like. At home and in school, they used to tell you: “You must work hard to live well.” One must toil and sweat for buying a house, a car, for taking a journey, or opening a bank account. You do your best, but your income remained dependent not on your talents but on your boss’s disposition. And even a minor economic slump can depreciate your humble savings.