Based in Washington, Ross is a general manager of a food safety company. His musings explore life, work and every moment in between.

168 hours per week.

168 hours each week to spend your time.

 

56 hours for sleep (8 a night)

40 hours for work

4 hours a week

Which adds up to 114 hours for living.

 

You have 54 hours left. What  are you going to do with them?

-Marc Hemeon

This caught me off guard. Intellectually I already knew this and yet where does all the time go?

I’ve made a handful of subtle changes the last few days. Already feeling more intentional and satisfied. A little less tied to my phone and a little more tied to my life.

Respect the Impermanence.

Rainier to Ruston 2019