"The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once." - Albert Einstein
Most of us would agree Albert Einstein knew a thing or two about time. Along with the above, Einstein also noted this on the subject: "People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion." Whoa. If we plan to journey down that rabbit hole, best to have a guide. Luckily, we do, thanks to a new book by BBC broadcaster and lecturer Claudia Hammond, titled “Time Warped.” Known as the host of “All in the Mind” and “Mind Changers,” Ms. Hammond tackles the topic of time and how we perceive it. For example, why do some days fly by, and others crawl? Does time actually slow down when we are in a crisis, or is it all in our heads? Hammond takes us on a fascinating journey that looks at the science and the psychology of how our minds interpret and manage the minutes in our lives. At the same time, she relates it to a subject we all have a vested interest in – time management, and how we can do it better. There’s so much more to say, but -- dare I say it -- I really don’t have the time. But do make time to check this one out.