May is over already. Every single month I'm amazed at how fast time is going by.
I just googled that and came across this article - it talks about why time seems to go by faster and faster as you get older. The reason being that we have less first-time experiences. Which is true if you think about it - how many times have you had pancakes before in your life? Been to the zoo? Went out for coffee? Met friends for brunch? Walked the same way to work? Did the same routine before going to bed every day?
This concept actually isn't completely new to me, I've heard about it before. Sometimes I try to remember to do something new on purpose - like eating something I've never had before, changing the route of my morning runs, taking a workshop in a subject completely new to me and challenging myself, etc...
What are some ways you can think of to switch things up a bit?
In general I think I have to live more in the present, and enjoy the moment. Sounds so easy, ha.
Any ideas on how to actually do that, and make it a bit easier than it sounds?
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