Time is an equal opportunity resource. All people, regardless of gender, race, creed, or national origin have exactly the same number of hours in a week. True, some people have enough money to delegate tasks or hire them out to others. Yet no matter how important you are, no matter how rich or poor, you get 168 hours to spend each week—no more, no less.

Time is also an unusual commodity. It cannot be saved. Time is a nonrenewable resource. If you’re out of money, you can earn a little extra. If you’re out of love, there is still hope. If you’re out of health, it can often be restored. But when you’re out of time, that’s it.
When this minute is gone, it’s gone.

How do you spend your time?

in class   studying
working   sleeping
eating   exercise
relationships   fun
other «hours left