You're right Robert, but then you always seem to know that.
Typically, when I post, I post about things I know about. If I don't know it, I either won't post or will ask questions. So yes, things I know I'm right about, I do know that I'm right about them! :-)
Nevertheless, I have no problems admitting when I'm wrong. Indeed, I have admitted when I'm wrong.
More seriously, is it always the case that enjoying, or not disliking, your job means it's not work?
It's like the old saying about selecting a major in college. Pick a major you really like, and you'll never work a day in your life...
Because you'll be unemployable! :-)
But seriously, folks....
With any job, there are aspects of it that a person will dislike. I think I have one of the best jobs there is. Indeed, my first few years in it, everyday, I woke up and felt like I hit the lottery.
Even so, there's aspects of it I find frustrating and even absolutely hate. That doesn't mean, however, that I dislike my job. And the fact that I very much like my job doesn't mean it ceases to be work. It's still work. I just enjoy it.
The question is does it take up time during the day. Yes, obviously, it does. But watching videos, from a practical perspective, takes no time. In other words, there is no cost to me.
That's the question: does it cost something. The question is not whether it's work or not.