Musings on the paradox of carpe diem, losing time, and a counterintuitive approach to seizing the day.
Productivity is often viewed as being a function of tasks and time. But time is mostly irrelevant.
The concept of “enoughness” may sound like spiritual “woo,” a “soft skill” that doesn’t have much practical relevance. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The way we organize time dictates how we use it.
The ending of Daylight Savings Time often brings fatigue, but it may be more a function of our belief in clocks than the time change.
There are ways to measure time without a clock that serve you much better.
The reality of life is that we’re never truly finished because we always come back around.