One common complaint of growing older is that the days seem to blur together. Life becomes routine: up, ready, commute, work, commute, dinner, TV, bed. To a child, time seems slower because all is new. The brain works hard as it records new memories. For many adults, on the other hand, little distinguishes any given day from the hundreds that precede it. Time i… read more »
I spent last week in Paris, tagging along with my husband's work (again!) Among the highlights: running along the streets, up to the Arc de Triomphe (pictured) and back to my hotel. The streets were crowded, but the sidewalks are a lot wider along the Champs-Elysees vs. in Manhattan where I had run a week prior trying to get to Central Park. I almost never had to s… read more »
I have been traveling internationally this week. While I know it is quite possible to set up my iPhone to work for a reasonable cost while abroad, I have generally avoided doing so. I put my device into airplane mode when I got on the plane, and have had it in airplane mode since. I have my laptop with me, and I got the WiFi working in my hotel room (and the airport and s… read more »
I am traveling this week (and somewhat on vacation) so blogging less than usual. But I wanted to share a few links.
First, at Fast Company I wrote a post on Secrets Of People With All The Time In The World. Why do some of the busiest people seem to be so relaxed about time? Here's what they know that the rest of us don't.
Second, money guru Jean Chatzky interviewed me f… read more »
My 168 hour log officially ends for me at 5 a.m. Monday morning each week, and unfortunately, I was up to see it this morning. The baby woke at 4:30, and I got him back down, but I did not manage to get myself back down. So at 6, I gave up and got to work. I should have cut my losses earlier. A key learning from tracking my time!
Some basic numbers: I worked 45 hours. As usua… read more »