When our son was little, his dad took him everywhere to go fishing. In the beginning they only went to fish in rivers or lakes, but before long they started going out to sea. Husband suffers from sea sickness most of the time, so he taught our son how to tie the line and attach the bait. This became our son's main task, and he was responsible for unhooking the fish too.
Recently I have been very busy with family life and some other things. To get me through, I remembered one of Einstein's sayings, " Three rules of work: Out of clutter find simplicity; From discord find harmony; In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity." Very useful philosophy.