Friday, November 12, 2010

Time and Money

Before we started this company I heard lots of advice. Most prominent was that we would never have enough time or money. True enough, we live it. But that got me thinking, does anyone ever think, yep, I've got enough time and I've got enough money? Seems to always be something more we want to add to our day.

If simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, must we abandon the drive to do more in a day? Maybe abandon is the wrong word. Balance seems more appropriate. If a day is balanced, you got the essentials done, had some down time, some rest time, etc.


3 comments:

Charity said...

I think it was Brigham Young who said it should be 8 hours sleep, 8 hours work, and 8 hours play.

AC said...

Balance is the key, maybe instead of looking at the way time is spent in a single day, balance things over the course of a week or month.

This is just an idea though, I'm definitely not the one to talk to for effective time management advice. Yet.

phaedrus said...

Charity, I'm with you, does anyone feel like they get to play for 8 hours a day? I know I would love to. But I think the "play" consists of eating, cleaning, cooking, and diaper changing!