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Have you ever thought about time as a resource?  How about time as the most important resource we have in our life?  If you’re thinking that food and water are pretty important too, I’ll agree with you there.

But so many people consider money to be their most important resource and they dedicate a lot of energy to it – earning it, worrying about it, making more of it.  And of course, money is important.  The thing is though, it is always possible to get more money, one way or another.   The same is not true for time.  While we can spend both time and money, once we spend time, there is no way to get it back.

Today, I explore the idea of time as a resource and invite you to rate your satisfaction with how you spend your time in four different categories.  You can send your answers to me at mary@marymstrachan.com

  • it’s easy to wonder “where does the time go?”
  • time is a resource; in fact it is a non-renewable resource
  • once we spend it, we can’t get it back
  • how do you spend your time?
  • do you spend it purposefully? consciously?
  • how do you define “wasted time?”
  • use a scale of 1 to 10 to rate your overall satisfaction (1 not at all, 10 totally) with the time you spend on each of the following categories:
    • enjoying (activities, life, etc)
    • donating (volunteering, caring for someone, etc.)
    • producing/doing (working, chores, etc.)
    • investing in yourself (learning, exercising, etc.)
  • make a little note as to why you chose each number and if you’d like, send your answers to me at mary@marymstrachan.com