well, in a spontaneous moment, I just looked at the clock on the PC and it says, 12:30pm. I still haven't done the laundry, vacuumed, straightened up, eaten (but my blood glucose was high so that is OK - for now), organized my office, researched a hub I want to write, reviewed my budget, made my shopping list, entered my med/mood chart info, responded to emails, unpacked my Amazon bulk purchases - tea, stevia, vitamins, stretched my tight fitting left shoe, or gotten yesterday's mail.
But, I've been watching the orioles feed, the bees pollinate, the bird bath fountain spring upward in life, birds bathing, fence lizards on the wall, hummingbirds feeding on the native Calif plants, the breeze blowing the chimes playing a gentle sonnet, watching the butterflies dance, and exploring hubpages.
Since it is is my day OFF I don't wear a watch, leave the TV off, listen to music, which changes with mood, never answer the phone, and then drain my brain to emptiness.
But, I will get the 1st paragraph done, yet will have a different mindset. I have learned for me it is the anxiety of 'what I have to do tomorrow' that interferes with my 'living today.' So, first I lose tomorrow. Then things slow down. Then I set a reward, which for me will be writing a hub today.
Sorry for this being so long, yet thanks to those who read it - smile. AND, thanks, cloverleaf, for helping me become in the moment of NOW. Great question! I hope you 'slow it down' too allowing a moment to become endless.