Time waits for no one. How can you plan for the life you want to live?
The Washington Post dives into a theory originally put forth by Paul Janet in 1897: We perceive the first years of our lives to be much longer than the years that come later because our point of reference for time is smaller when we’re younger.
When you’ve only lived four years, one year is a big chunk of time — it’s 1/4 of your life!
Source: Time waits for no one. How can you plan for the life you want to live?
My Comments: Absolutely loved this piece; will fold it into my life plan!