I wait a lot, I wait in lines, in traffic. I wait in the grocery store and at the gas pumps, I wait for my wife, my kids and sometimes my dogs. We all seem to spend a great deal of time waiting. What do we do while waiting, well what can we do is the question we will answer today.
First, it needs to be said that there are two major branches of waiting. The first is with a cell phone, the second without. Having a cell phone will make waiting much less tedious and yet somehow waste even more time than being without one. I know, that makes little sense time is time and waiting waiting. However, without a cell phone while waiting you are thinking. Currently the only time most folks aren’t being distracted by something. is when they are in the shower. Anyway, I’m guilty too so, with a cell phone.
Then there is the non phone related things that we used to be able to do while waiting. I mean there was a time before social media where people were just social.
That’s all for “W” folks I am of course a bit behind but It’s ok… Going outside to play Lawn darts then have a Ker-banger competition… I should be able to type again in a month. Kidding aside, try doing something useful with what time we have instead of sitting on our phones. I’m going to try this week.
Move time… with a “W”
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