What about vintage watches?

Earlier this week I posted about the evolution of watch collecting, and talked about what might happen next in the watch collecting hobby, as collecting evolves, and collectors experience decision fatigue. Quite a few people followed up with me asking about vintage watches, and even suggesting that vintage watches might be the next big thing – so I thought I’d share some thoughts on the topic and see what others think.

What is time?

Is “time” a universal truth? Consider one of my favourite films, Interstellar, where Matthew McConaughey finds himself in a tesseract; this was an incredibly difficult concept to capture on film, and I think it was done really well. Effectively, this is a 4-dimensional space where the 4th dimension is time. In other words, all time is simultaneous and where we are at one particular ‘point’ in time is not a necessarily “mutually exclusive” event. As Rovelli expains it – the universe is made up of countless events – even something trivial such as a rock, is an event which takes place at a rate which we as humans cannot process!

Why we owe it to ourselves to spend quiet time alone every day

Every morning I wake up between 04:30 and 5:00, and then head out to the gym for about 60 to 90 minutes. Aside from the obvious health benefits this routine is likely to bring, I find that there are consequential benefits which I wasn’t acutely aware of until I gave it more thought. This habit…

Physics explains why time passes faster as you age

Ready for some food for thought over the weekend? Here goes… A paper by Duke University professor Adrian Bejan, explains the physics behind changing senses of time and reveals why the years seem to fly by the older we get. Essentially, as Quartz writes: “time as we experience it represents perceived changes in mental stimuli……

Father Time

Father Time – a funny story about an old man literally getting hit with time!

The ‘Busy’ Trap

If you live in America in the 21st century you’ve probably had to listen to a lot of people tell you how busy they are. It’s become the default response when you ask anyone how they’re doing: “Busy!” “So busy.” “Crazy busy.” It is, pretty obviously, a boast disguised as a complaint. And the stock…