The article I read basically summarised it by saying, Generation Y have been given everything they needed/wanted while growing up and as adult they have a furious motivation to achieve - achieve more in life, pushing themselves harder to have better careers and better lives. The issue with that feeling of "not having achieved enough" is that it truly is constant, I constantly feel it and weeks like this are an issue for me. I've been on holiday for 5 days now, I've done very little - my partner has been off at the same time so we have been playing games together, watching movies and generally spending quality time together.
Despite knowing I've been relaxing and spending time with my partner, I feel like I've been lazy and I've not achieved anything. It's completely illogical.
Why can't relaxing and just being be enough? I really need to learn how to meditate or something to just be, you can miss so much of life by constantly wanting more and not just being in the moment.
Tips for learning how to meditate are much appreciated!