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Your Life in Weeks

Your Life in Weeks
This is a long human life in years: And here’s a human life in months: But today, we’re going to look at a human life in weeks: Each row of weeks makes up one year. That’s how many weeks it takes to turn a newborn into a 90-year-old. It kind of feels like our lives are made up of a countless number of weeks. Before we discuss things further, let’s look at how a typical American spends their weeks: Sources: [1] There are some other interesting ways to use the weeks chart: But how about your weeks? Sometimes life seems really short, and other times it seems impossibly long. Given that fact, the only appropriate word to describe your weeks is precious. If you multiply the volume of a .05 carat diamond by the number of weeks in 90 years (4,680), it adds up to just under a tablespoon. Looking at this spoon of diamonds, there’s one very clear question to ask: “Are you making the most of your weeks?” 1) Enjoying the diamond We’ve all had Neither Weeks and they don’t feel good. The Life Calendar

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