Time and How to Spend It: The 7 Rules for Richer, Happier Days, Paperback/James Wallman
We've learned how to spot the difference between junk foods and superfoods. When you discover the equivalent rules for time, it'll change how you live your life. Here, cultural commentator James Wallman investigates the persistent problem of wasted, unfulfilling time, and finds a powerful answer--a revolutionary approach to life based on the latest scientific discoveries. At its heart is the inspiring revelation that you can actively choose better experiences. Bursting with original stories, fresh takes on tales you thought you knew, and insights from psychology, economics, and culture, this bookreveals a seven-point checklist that'll help you avoid empty experiences, and fill your free hours with exciting and enriching ones instead. You'll learn how to avoid WMDs (weapons of mass distraction), and discover the roads that lead to flow. You'll get more out of every minute and every day; your weekends will fizz, and your holidays will be deeply nourishing. You'll not only be living the good life, but building a truly great life. About the Author: James Wallman is a cultural commentator and trend forecaster, and the author of Stuffocation. He has written for GQ, the New York Times, and the FT, and appeared on the BBC, the ABC and MSNBC. He runs a boutique trend forecasting firm whose clients range from KFC to KPMG, Yell and Eventbrite.