All the Time in the World

One day I just started thinking about what I would do if I had all the time in the world. It must have been a particularly stressful day when I felt that time was getting away from me. This is only a partial list off the top of my head: CB007967

  • Read every single book on my to-read list, which I’ve stopped keeping, due to lack of time.
  • Watch every movie I’ve ever wanted to see.
  • Travel to all 50 states, Canada, Mexico, U.S. territories….
  • Travel to several countries around the world. Not too sure about this one, as I’m not a huge fan of flying.
  • Visit each of my living family members. (Hmm, this is not giving me a lot of time to myself.)
  • Attend more local arts events, such as concerts and gallery openings. (I’m starting to need a lot more money in order to enjoy all the time in the world.)

They say you have to make time to do what you love, or to do what needs to be done (exercise comes to mind). Wouldn’t it be great if we could make time, as in manufacture it? Right now I’m not creating time, per se, but using time that I should be otherwise spending on writing a semi-boring article. I shifted the time here instead because my conscience is nagging me to write a blog post after looking at the calendar and seeing how long it’s been since the last one. I’ve already got mommy guilt covered. So is this blogger guilt? Who needs all this pressure?? Hey, I’ll turn the pressure back on you, the reader, ha ha!

The question: What would you do if you had all the time in the world? Or if having all the time in the world is too much pressure, then what would a perfect day look like to you?