Time is relative

Time is relative

Do you have a spare five minutes? I guess you do, as here you are, and you know what? You won’t even need that long to read this.

In our increasingly busy lives, it feels impossible to do the things we need to do, let alone those we really want to.

“I’d love to write, but I don’t have time…”

“I used to enjoy playing the piano, but I just don’t have time these days…”

“I remember when it felt like I had all the time in the world, but now I barely have time to think…”

Does this sound like you? I can relate!

For a long while, I agonised over wanting to do it all, but never feeling like I had the time to dedicate to anything.

Well, reality check: that’s a big pile of rubbish because there is the exactly the same amount of time as there always was. The governments of the world didn’t all spontaneously agree to make a day last any less. There are still 24 hours every single day, and each of those 24 hours still has 60 minutes. The universe didn’t suddenly change.

What did change was my perspective.

And perspective, like time, is relative.

You can do those things. You can find the time. Stick around, and I’ll show you how.

You only need five minutes.

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