I found this infographic a few weeks ago which provided some interesting food for thought on my question "how does one spend the day?" - see previous post. There's a lot of things I like about this. For starters, there's no color code for watching Netflix or surfing facebook. There is, however, a good chunk of most days dedicated to socializing in person and communicating with people either in person or by letter. I especially like Ben Franklin's morning ritual of setting the day's resolution and asking "what good shall I do today." Sleep patterns are also interesting. It's interesting that the color gray--"making ends meet"--appears infrequently. We know that plenty of prominent historical figures weren't always good with money. But they did spend their days doing interesting things, things that shaped their world and the future.
What will be your day's resolution?
Infographic from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/29/brilliant-people-schedules_n_5055953.html