How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” ~Annie Dillard
Time. It is arguably our most valuable commodity.
If you lose money, you can make it back. Lose your job, you can get a new one, but “lost time is lost beyond recall” – Geoffrey Chaucer
Time cannot be wasted, hoarded, collected, earned, or bought with hard work or money – Heck time cannot even be “managed”.
Like the sands in an hourglass, time slips away and the only control we have over time is whether or not we choose to pack meaning into it. i.e Use it or lose it.
If the above paragraph is true then why do we sometimes act like we don’t know the value of time?
For many of us, 24 hours is no longer enough in a day.
We try to squeeze as much as we can into twenty-four hours – bargaining with Father Time, expecting a miracle that would allow us to produce more, accomplish more, be more and relax more – but there’s always an opportunity cost with time. The time you spend doing one thing is time spent not doing something else
Just like other treasures in life, time cannot be taken with us when we die.
This means you have to improve your relationship with time to get the best out of it
That said, Here are 25 ways to improve your relationship with time.
That’s 25 ways you can improve your relationship with time. If you have any others, let us know in the comment section.
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