There are a lot of ways to waste the one completely finite, non-renewable resource that is your time. Some things that feel like work are not work at all. Other things that you pretend will improve your work are really just distractions.
Each individual movement of the second hand on a clock is tiny. From a distance, it looks as if the hand moves continuously. Unless you are really close, the time between movements are so small as to be almost imperceptible. But each tick is…Continue Reading
I read somewhere once that the maximum amount of pleasure you can derive from eating dessert comes in the first two bites. Any bite beyond the second bite doesn’t increase the pleasure. In fact, it reduces it.
The same is true for the…Continue Reading