By Thomas Morrone CFP®, CPA
This is not about the song written by Jackson Browne nor is it about your car engine coughing and bucking when you realize your gas gauge is at E. No, this is more about the fast pace of life that many of us tend to live and by the end of the day, week or month we feel like we are running on empty. We are all guilty of it at some time or another. Let me just make a stop at one more store, do a little more yard work, work out a little longer, get up a little or earlier or stay up a little later. We continue to try to squeeze as much out of every day as is humanly possible. For some it is part of our nature, constraints with our jobs, careers or business, family obligations, children or grandchildren and their activities, sports and outdoor events, travel and yes, R & R as well. I get tired even writing about it.