I have been thinking about this concept I call “Time Inflation.” Has anyone else noticed that it seems to take more and more time to do exactly the same thing. I am sure this is related to how busy our lives have become.
If we look at inflation in regards to how we think about money, it relates to the value attributed to an item increasing even though there has been no further value added to that item. Which makes some sense by saying that in a busy world time is certainly worth more.
So if this rambling makes some sense then what does this mean for the everyday person? How we relate to time could be changing. Can we continue to be as effective with more to accomplish and in less time?
The answer probably lies somewhere between the time it takes to turn the cell phone and email off and what we used to do with our time before cell phones and the internet were invented.