While you're reflecting, try not to notice that you're still in your pajamas mid-morning, into half a pot of coffee and a third of the way through the internet.
Definitely don't notice that your over-achieving and sloth-averse husband is looking for something to do today, but you don't want to do anything so you're kind of hiding from him because you know he'll ask you again what your plans are for the day, and so far they consist of drinking coffee at your computer, still wearing pajamas.
And definitely don't notice that even though you've sorted all the laundry to wash, that you just can't get up the nerve to keep the laundry going because cruising the internet is more appealing than folding everyone else's underwear for the thousandth time in your life.
Also don't notice that you've spent a good portion of time thinking about how Labor Day should be for mothers who labored to bring their children into the world but then that would be discriminatory to women who have not done that and might never do that, and then wahh wahh wahhhh, discrimination against men my goodness that would be terrible. But everyone works, and that includes people who don't have actual jobs because sometimes just getting up in the morning feels like work.
Do not notice that you aren't exactly sure what Labor Day is, and that knowing is just a Google away, but you are still not up to it, even though it might be the easiest thing in the world to do since you're at the computer in your pajamas drinking coffee.
Avoid realizing that you don't even know what Labor Day is for and that you are what other, more patriotic people might call "un-American."
And what more industrious people might call "lazy."
But then give yourself a break, because you work hard every other day, whether you deliver newspapers, teach kids to read, run a billion-dollar company, or manage a household.
Because today is Labor Day, and even though you're lazy today, you probably weren't yesterday, or the day before that, or the day before that and the day before that forever.
And you totally deserve to be cruising the internet in your pajamas, drinking coffee.