Shawn Adrain writes:
The choices we make about our time determine the emotional response to the experiences we have. Therefore, it’s important to do what we love while enjoying contrasting experiences, and creating good habits as part of a whole and harmonious life.
He presents an interesting approach to this topic, which is increasingly relevant in our always-on culture. I especially appreciate his take on contrasting experiences — there’s a lot of wisdom in knowing that things you enjoy are better flavored when not experienced constantly. Absence does make the heart grow fonder.