Catarina Fake, founder of Flickr among other awesome ventures, has a post on LinkedIn today talking about time.
I love the idea of “creating” time. I do a lot of “carving out” of time. It’s supposed to organize my time better. The hours at work are quickly carved into chunks for different people or tasks, and when I get home I can see how my time gets “divided” between errands, meals and friends. It seems so organized, so intentional. Yet the more time I alot to completing certain tasks, the less of it I feel like I have.
Fake’s final point is to “make time less precious.” I think that’s actually the crux of how to enjoy each day. Stop looking at how to cram as much in as possible, and instead let it flow. Way easier blogged than achieved.