Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so.
- Douglas Adams (1952-2001)
An Apple a Day Keeps the PC Away - Another planksip Möbius
Inspired by Douglas Adams's (1952-2001) quote, "Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so.". The titled responsion is...
The fact of the matter is, most people will spend most of their day either eating or working and yet there will be some amount of time left over for having a good time, whether it's a good lunchtime relaxing at home or just hanging out with friends. Why is that? Well, as the old saying goes, we are our habits, and these habits are formed by what we think about the time we spend with family and friends. If you don't spend much time with your friends, then you may feel as though you don't have time to hang out. This feeling of lack of time is what makes you a "lazy" person.
That's a good example of why we think we have time, but we don't really. We think we have enough time for doing other things, but we don't really. By learning how to say "no", you can learn to make the most of your time instead of wasting it on activities that are not fun. To say no can mean many different things, but it basically means that you need to look around for other ways to enjoy your time. Don't just give up when you find something that you enjoy; rather, try to do it more often. After all, you want to spend the time you do have with friends, with your family, and with those who are important to you.
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