If you suddenly had an extra 45 minutes per day. What would you do with it?
That's like asking what would I do with an extra dollar. By the time I blink, it's gone.
Although, if I rethink this, an extra dollar a day would be $365. a year. In about 5 years I could maybe take a vacation. So 45 minutes a day is approximately another 11-12 days a year. In five years that's an extra 55-60 days. I guess I'd take that vacation with it. But now a 60 day vacation would require more than what I would have saved up with the extra dollar a day in five years, sooo...
Courturepopcafe you make me laugh! Your response sounds much like a conversation at my dinner table:)
I guess what I'm asking is People are always complaining they wish they could learn how to paint, sew things by hand, start a garden, etc but they are "too busy." So if you magically had more time, but it had to be focused, and you couldn't sleep, what would you do with it?
I think that if we value the time we have then we could fit so much more into our day. It always shocks me when I tot up how much time I have spent watching Tv during the winter months. Just by cutting out one programme, I would gain that extra 45 minutes!
I would probably waste it complaining that 45 extra minutes isn't enough!
i would spend that extra 45 minutes in exercising to extend my lifespan..
I'm thinking sleep. Although I got time to sleep now but I am on hubpages instead..
I would probably just end up wasting my time I'm afraid by sleeping, as sometimes I don't get enough rest. That said, it probably isn't a waste of time if I actually need it .
by Beth37 4 years ago
"A man sat at a metro station in Washington DC and started to play the violin; it was a cold January morning. He played six Bach pieces for about 45 minutes. During that time, since it was rush hour, it was calculated that 1,100 people went through the station, most of them on their way to...
by Wandah 7 years ago
To lose weight what is best, running on the treadmill 45 minutes first thing in the morning, or...30 minutes morning and 30 minutes late afternoon?
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