Insightful take from Kevin Kelly on the valuation of time vs. money:
When you are older, you tend to have more money than time. If you have only two week vacation, you need to rush things so you can keep your job. You’ll pay to fly in to the hotspot rather than spend your two weeks in the back of the bus getting there. You’ll pay extra for the express train because it will save you a day — and its clean bathrooms will delight your 12-year-old daughter. Maybe you hire a guide to take you directly to the festival instead of wasting an afternoon wandering around. With money you can eat whatever you desire.
Here is what I learned from 40 years of traveling: Of the two modes, it is far better to have more time than money.
Time is the one thing you can give yourself in abundance. It is often the one resource the young own…