Use your lives

This is a little bit creepy, but I love the message it’s preaching. Courtesy of the occasionally deep, typically crass SMBC.

Let’s see. Discount high school, that was a lifetime of general academic stuff and a bit of social skills.

Science: 4 years of degree, 3 years of research = 7 years. Tick!

Science communication: 2 years. Maybe 3 if you add up the miscellaneous stuff.

Bodyboarding: 8 years (as last two don’t count). Errr, yeah, not so much mastered on this one.

Rock climbing: 1 year.

Photography: 4 years. But nowhere near consistently enough, so I’m halving that to two.

And that’s not even counting all the other random little things I do or want to do. Lots of lives left to explore.

What life have you spent most of your time in, and what is your next one going to be?

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5 thoughts on “Use your lives

  1. oh my! I meant to spend a Sunday without thinking and now this …
    I love it!

  2. Anonymous

    Travelling, reading, gardening, hiking, writing, campaigning, healing, cooking, supporting, laughing, photographing, nurturing, loving…to name a few of the things to come in the foreseeable future. Thank you for a stimulating post.

  3. Chris

    I am not Anonymous.

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