To add something to the advices above against running in god-mode all the time (which are wise, and you should really take into account), I will only add one thing: if you are seriously doing su or sudo 30 times per session, then you definitely are doing everything wrong. Once your system is set up, you shouldn't need to use administrator privileges unless you need to reconfigure some system core settings or unless you need to update or install something.
You should really revise your policies, stop and think a moment. Make a list of the things you are using root for, and then stop once again and explain why do you think you need root for each particular task.
Otherwise, completely ignore the advice of every *nix user, and suffer the consequences. But if you are going to do so, I'd rather be running a less restrictive OS, like Windows. You'll be happier.