Time is our life. It’s really all we’ve got. Oliver Burkeman makes this point very well in his book Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals. Four thousand weeks translates to 76.9 years, an average Western life span. Depending on your current age, your remaining time might be much less, so it’s more important than ever to take heart to Casey’s eTip: Spend Your 2000 Weeks Wisely.
If you’re 38 years old, you’ve got maybe 2000 weeks left. How will you spend them? This invigorating reminder of your inevitable expiration date can help you prioritize at work and at home. What matters most to you? How can you spend more time doing it?