- 33% of it is spent sleeping, which is a good thing because it means I get enough shut-eye. I feel it necessary to point out that this is not something heroic on my part, but rather an inherited inability to function on anything less than 8 hours of sleep a night.
- 20% is work, which isn't really too bad. Work does of course take up the largest chunk of most people's week - that 40 hour grind Monday-Friday that everyone complains about. I do too - I'm often heard commenting that work gets in the way of my social life, but the truth is that I enjoy my job. I like the creative pulse of marketing and it feels good being the corporate environmental officer, and working with the innovations team.
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Time Take 2
I took an inventory of just how I do spend that 168 hours of time each week.