时间都去哪儿了 年纪越大越觉时光飞逝

2019年10月27日 英语美文 暂无评论



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As you get older, it feels like time tends to move faster. As Dan Ariely explains over at The Wall Street Journal, we tend to fall into familiar routines as we age and that makes time move quickly.
We perceive time something like a stack of memories, so the less new experiences you have, the less likely you are to fill in those memories with interesting things.
Time does go by (or, more accurately, it feels as if time is going by) more quickly the older we get.
In the first few years of our lives, anything we sense or do is brand new, and many of our experiences are unique, so they remain firmly in our memories. But as the years go by, we encounter fewer and fewer new experiences—both because we have already accomplished a lot and because we become slaves to our daily routines.
For example, try to remember what happened to you every day last week,chances are that nothing extraordinary happened, so you will be hard-pressed to recall the specific things you did on Monday, Tuesday, etc.
What can we do about this? Maybe we need some new app that will encourage us to try out new experiences, point out things weve never done, recommend dishes weve never tasted and suggest places weve never been. Such an app could make our lives more varied, prod us to try new things, slow down the passage of time and increase our happiness.
Until such an app arrives, try to do at least one new thing every week.Its not too difficult to push yourself to do new things.
在这种应用被发明出来以前,每周至少尝试一件新的事物吧。逼自己去尝试新事物并不是一件非常困难的事情! 本文来自美文网