Friday, January 11, 2013

How To Slow Down Time

Its that time of year when everyone is getting tipsy and you hear amongst friends,"OMG this past year went by SO fast!!"

Not me. My last two years seem to have gone by, well, relatively slowly!

And I'm thinking, "How can this be?!!" These past few years have been some of the busiest, most tiring, lucrative, challenging, yet fulfilling years... at least in awhile.  And this was boggling my mind because, well, wouldn't that mean those years would have flown by? Don't get me wrong. I'm glad my life isn't passing in a blink of an eye but...??


According to my brother in law, who happens to be a psychologist, my mind boggling predicament makes sense.  As we grow up, the years seem to speed up because adults have fewer novel experiences than children.

So there you go. Keeping life new, spontaneous and exciting appears to slows things down. Does it slow down the aging process too? I'd like to think it does. I think I'm getting younger. Yay!! I won't ever grow up. I won't!

After leaving NYC, I enjoyed my time back in Los Angeles for about a year and a half. Then I spent the  Summer in Paris.  Ah, c'est la vie!

And now.... you guessed it. I'm back in NYC.  I always knew I'd be back.

So Happy 2013 everyone! Be inspired to create a year full of non stop, spontaneous awesomeness and keeping it real.

And here are some photos of the Holiday Season. Its SO GOOD to be back.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful New York. My time there always goes way too fast. New York is one big giant novel experience every time. The places, the people, the wide variety of ways to eat unhealthily. What a magical mix.

    Back there soon, but I'm going to try to do NOTHING interesting, so the whole time lasts a lot longer!