This is a link to a recent WT study article, and might answer your question...
The third study article in the August 15th WT is entitled "Tired, But Not Tiring Out."
It is of interest that the Borg are further reducing the quality of life for their members by the following paragraph (pg 24, para 11)
Sometimes what complicates our lives is, not the pursuit of more things, but what we do with the things we already have.
Some may experience emotional fatigue as a result of challenging health problems, the loss of loved ones, or other
distressing problems. They have seen a need to make adjustments from time to time. One married couple decided to
eliminate some of their hobbies and nonessential projects. They actually went through their things and literally packed all
the materials related to such projects and put them out of sight. Periodically, we can all benefit from taking inventory of
our habits and possessions, putting off every unecessary weight so that we may not get tired out and give in to our souls.
On the same page is a picture of a married couple packing "personal projects" in a cardboard box and taping the box. They are both smiling.
The caption is: "Some have eliminated certain hobbies and nonessential projects"