Although my blog’s focus is about saving money, I find it incredibly sad that so many put a price tag on time. Personally, I value my “free” leisurely time far more than my work time. My time is measured in a nonmaterial form of currency that is incomparable to physical currency. As a commenter on this linked article eloquently phrased it, "Soul Currency". -Sarah
by Susan Leem, associate producer
Photo by Ofer Deshe/Flickr, cc by 2.0
The saying “time is money” may ask us to think carefully about the quality of our experiences, but the association of “time” with “money” can also diminish your ability to feel pleasure.
16 February 2012