It amazes me how many people are still working 60, 80, 100+ hours per week at their corporate job — no matter how much they “love it”. I used to be one of these workaholics not long ago — constantly working on busy work, things that I thought were mission critical, urgent, hyper-important, or that needed to be done … Continue reading Whose time?
Whether you do one or many things in a period of time, time will always move — always forward, never backwards. It’s one of few things that lies outside of our control. You can choose to only work for a company for three years and three years will pass by. Or you can decide to work for … Continue reading Time is a constant
Our perception and notion of time has become this limited thing hanging around our mind most, if not all day. We think and act like the Apocalypse is coming soon. I understand time is scarce and it’s our most personal asset, the one we can’t produce more of. We have this notion that everything is … Continue reading Time
Learning to be punctual is a skill that you’ll learn along your journey. The sooner you learn this, the better you’ll become using your time. You will eventually learn that being late to appointments, gatherings, and other important events not only makes you look bad, but you’re also losing important time with whoever you’re meeting … Continue reading Lateness
We try rushing things, but most things are sort of premeditated. No, it’s not about being religious. I think everything that happens really happens for a reason. When we try forcing something that isn’t meant to be, we simply find out the result earlier and therefore might get disappointed earlier. We often wonder what if… What … Continue reading Only time can tell
Time is our most precious and limited asset; the only thing we have and can’t recover, therefore, we must protect it at all cost. Whether it’s at work, personal life, with friends or during our leasure time, be frugal with time. Be careful how and with whom you spend it. At work and during all … Continue reading Be protective of your time
It’s just the way it is. Difficult. Dating is this and all that wraps what a relationship to-be entails. For some it’s fun to meet new people every week and filter and keep filtering until you finally find the right candidate — let’s say “the perfect one”. But this rarely happens and if it does, you’re a … Continue reading Relationships are full-time jobs.
Infinite time is something most of us want, but none of us will ever get. Sadly. Time goes by fast for adults and slow for children, or maybe the opposite. Time is limited.
I love traveling. It's become an essential part of my life and has taught me more than I could've ever imagined; from cultures, languages, currencies and negotiation to living as simple as possible, doing more with less, valuing every meal, conversation and person I meet, being a more well-rounded and open-minded person, and understanding people better.
Being alone is difficult. We are used to having people around that make us feel different emotions all day and every day. Being alone is complex, but should be seen as a time to learn about ourselves and see how we behave when nobody is looking at us. That's when our true animal comes out … Continue reading Being with Myself