How to Live on 24 Hours a Day
by Arnold Bennett Author
Time is your most precious commodity and it often feels all too scarce. This classic book from 1910 is a call to shift our thinking from constantly feeling busy and behind to treating the 16 hours a day we (theoretically) aren't obligated to work for money to improve ourselves and increase our happiness. The author invites us to start small, with just taking 90 minutes three times a week to invest in whatever is most important to us, so that we can seize control of our time and truly live.
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