You still have to have some kind of balance and include some "downtime" for relaxation and recharging. Neither your body nor soul will go on and on without resting.
What we often forget to include is - playfulness. I used to be so serious that I thought if I play, laugh and have fun something bad will happen - talk about misconceptions and conditioning!
Now a days, I am taking everything much lighter. I am not working as much as I used to, I am not cleaning as much as I used to, I especially do not worry as much as I used to.
The more I understand and accept that my life unfolds the way my subconsciousness is programmed or, better said, conditioned, the more I make sure I recognize the paradigms sneaking into my days to make my physical reality non-threatening to their existence.
One way I do it is by tuning in and being open to recognizing that not only is there always a different perspective, but also the gift-lesson in every situation.
Asking powerful questions such as "what is there for me to learn?" allows me to disolve originally strong paradigms such as "I always get hurt" for example.
Paradigms are tricky, they come and make themselves at home in our subconscious mind to protect us when we are kids. Why do we let them run the show all our life is the question everyone must ask and seek/find the answer for them self.