Once upon a time, only a wealthy man could afford to carry time in his pocket.
Later, "clocking in" became a symbol of the working class.
Now, synchrony is out of favor.
And Yet. And Yet.
Your Time is the most valuable thing that you have. There is nothing more important than how you spend your time.
If you want to sit healthily, you'll have to take matters into your own hands; the best habit to develop is not to stay seated for more than ten minutes at a time.
After eleven years, nearly two thousand Americans killed, sixteen thousand Americans wounded, nearly four hundred billion dollars spent, and more than twelve thousand Afghan civilians dead since 2007, the war in Afghanistan has come to this: the United States is leaving, mission not accomplished. Objectives once deemed indispensable, such as nation-building and counterinsurgency, have been abandoned or downgraded, either because they haven't worked or because there's no longer enough time to achieve them.
"You Westerners have your watches," the leader observed. "But we Taliban have time."
Stop talking about time like you need to save it. You just need to use it better.
We don't want to intrude on each other, so instead we constantly intrude on each other, but not in 'real time.'
As access to devices has spread, children in poorer families are spending considerably more time than children from more well-off families using their television and gadgets to watch shows and videos, play games and connect on social networking sites, studies show.
This growing time-wasting gap, policy makers and researchers say, is more a reflection of the ability of parents to monitor and limit how children use technology than of access to it.
What emerges over time, for those who live alone, is an at-home self that is markedly different -- in ways big and small -- from the self they present to the world. We all have private selves, of course, but people who live alone spend a good deal more time exploring them.