What would you do with that money? Spend it, obviously, and anyone would spend as much as they can on everything they need, want or life, for themselves and their family. Then do it all over again, they would spend the money to live the life they've dreamed - travel wherever, marry whomever in the ceremony of your dreams, support the causes they care about and so on.
In reality, every day our bank account is credited 86,400 but instead of pounds or euros or dollars... in time. The bank account of our life is granted 86,400 seconds every day to do with what we please.
Someone told me this recently and I was left then as I am still now, wondering, how could I spend those 86,400 seconds better.
I've sat around all day today, bubs is away to London with the boys, my parents are down South and although I have done some work - it's now 11pm and I'm wondering how I could have spent the time better, how I could have made more out of it and have achieved more.
I often feel like this, somewhat guilty, at the end of a day off because I feel I should have done more, tidied more, worked more, gone out at least. It's an irritation of my personality, the desire to do more, be better, so on days off when I have deserved somewhat of chill day there is a nagging that drones on and on in the back of my mind. So even though its 11pm, I will no doubt do the dishes before bed, put away the clean washing and hang up the fresh washing to dry - just as a bare minimum!
Does anyone else have a nagging when they're having a relaxed day off?
Those 86,400 seconds... ticking on by...