Last week we were at a wishing well and I gave my six year old daughter a coin to wish on and throw in the well. She held it, and then, looking at me perplexed, said, "I have nothing to wish for, everything is awesome!" Maybe it's a part of my upcoming mid-life crisis, but something I've been thinking a lot about lately is how we, (or I) always want more. I'm really lucky to have a lovely wife and 2 gorgeous kids. We live on a beautiful farm in an amazing part of the world, have a hectic 9-5ish job that I actually really enjoy, and a few IP's scattered around the place. My wife and I both earn good incomes (nearing $250k combined) and we have a great group of friends. The 'problem' is that I always seem to be pushing for more. More IP's, more reno's, more done on the farm, a new tractor, (another farm!) Because of our busy lifestyles we are very time poor, which leads to stress, and although I don't think it's affecting us at ATM, it may do down the track. I guess I'm the big picture one, while my wife, the realist, is flat out managing our lives. For me, it's not about keeping up with the Joneses, more that I always have so much to do and so little time! Am I just ADHD, or do you think it's a more serious psychological condition. I'd be interested in hearing how other people view their life, and if you always push for more, or how you've learnt to say enough is enough!