The other day I was discussing preparedness with a friend of mine who said he's suffering from "survival burnout." I found that what he meant is that he takes on too much, becoming spread too thin. So do you think it's prudent to focus on 4 or 5 things you do well and become proficient at those preparations and leave the rest to your sphere of influence? I used to be a proponent of becoming a jack of all trades but I guess I never thought about the burnout factor. What's the balance point? At what point do you give your preps a break so you don't get burned out? I'm not at the burnout stage because it feels like I'm advancing my life and my family's sustainability so there's a peace of mind that comes with that and keeps me hungry. But have any of you experienced the feeling where you just have to get away from it for awhile?