"Tomorrow Trap" in WSJ

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Fri Dec 17 19:13:59 UTC 1999

     From the Wall Street Journal, 17 December 1999, pg. W1, col. 2:

_The Tomorrow Trap_
Still kidding yourself that you can postpone the good things in life?  Wrong!  Work & Family columnist Sue Shellenbarger sees more people living for the future--and offers a roadmap to get back.
  (...) As the Work & Family columnist for this newspaper for nine years, I've encountered hundreds of people like Mr. Piumbroeck--people who essentially live for the future, taking refuge in visions of a relaxed, rewarding personal and family life somewhere down the road.  Call it the "tomorrow trap," a kind of mirage that people chase while in reality they are burying themselves in work and other pursuits.

(It's a long article--ed.)

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