Good evening chaps and chappettes. Tonight, my topic of thought is time.
If our perception of time is determined by individual events that happen within that time (more, and varied, events making time seem longer), then sleep is the enemy of feeling like you've lived a long life. However, lack of sleep will take away the quality of your waking hours.
So, is there a ratio of waking:sleeping hours that is an ideal balance? Maybe it's the old 8 hours that we're always told about. Maybe it's less. I have had some terrible days on 10 hours' sleep, and some hilarious days on 5. Perhaps the key is variation, although we're told that our body doesn't like that.
Tonight, i believe, calls for at least 10 hours. It's been a long week.
Good night folks!