All We’ve Ever Got Is Time

Exploring the concept of time in the Informational Age & how to better spend it.

Having grown up poor, I’d understood the value of time early on. “When you don’t have money, sell your time.” my mum used to say. As an adult, I spend most of my time working. Admittedly, work gives me more joy than it should; you may even call me a workaholic. I work when I have nothing. I work when I have more than enough.

And yet, despite common belief, having the time for work, paid and unpaid, is a privilege…




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