Tag: time

How Your Brain Perceives Time (and How to Use It to Your Advantage) Learn how your brain perceives time, and how to use it to your advantage. A big plus for this piece is the links to other points of view and research references. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Time: Using Your Past, Present And Future To Make Better Decisions. This article comes with a TED talk on the subject, too. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Two-bit Guru | Setting Clocks Back |

“You might be able to save your pennies in a coffee can, but there ain’t no dang way you’re going to save daylight, no where, no place, no time, no how.” ~Two-bit guru~ As a child I was told that daylight saving time was invented so that the farmers could work longer into the evening, […]

I love to be in the garden, whether I’m working, or picking raspberries, or just hanging out. This morning I opted to pick raspberries to put on my cereal. The patch is located literally 4 paces outside the front door, as the crow flies, meaning I have to step over the hostas. It’s 8 paces […]

“The amazing thing is these favorable coincidences keep on happening. What a coincidence!” ~Two-Bit Guru I’ve been going around in the vortex of coincidence these days, with some degree of awe. I feel like I’ve gotten a glimpse into the workings of the universe, but it’s only a glimpse and I won’t be saying I’ve […]

Whether you believe that time is money or time is the 4th dimension, you’d probably agree that there isn’t enough of it. As I mentioned in a previous post, the holiday season is characterized by there being about 10 times less time than there is in our “normal” frenzied time-scarce lives. No wonder people get […]