Friday, March 14, 2014
Life in A Bottle
Yes you read that correctly.
I have a part of my life stored in a bottle.
If you are a regular reader, you would have known by now that we are exchanging a part of our lives for a paycheck. So, the money that you earn is actually a representation of your life (the hours of your life that you chose to sacrifice for money).
There is no doubt that we all have to exchange a portion of our lives for money, but the question is, how much?
What are you doing to minimise the amount of life you are trading for money?
At the end of every day, I empty my loose change into a bottle. It's not for the purpose of saving money, but to remind myself of my life energy that I exchanged for money.
It's my motivation to get out of this vicious treadmill.
Labels: White Collar Syndrome