Why 20,000 Days?

The word ‘milestones’ is frequently used to represent events that are worthy of recognition. If the timeline of our lives is thought of like a highway, then the milestones are those events on the path that are worth remembering.

After 20,000 days, I wondered how many milestones I could actually remember. More importantly, did I learn anything from them that will help me in the next 20,000 days. Or tomorrow anyway.

Since beginning this blog, I have passed that 20,000 day mark. More recently, my personal odometer just slipped past one half million hours! Since it has been suggested that it takes 10,000 hours to become expert at something, you would think I could identify the 50 or so things I should be good at by now. Eating and sleeping are the first two, then after that it gets a little hard to figure.

I hope you enjoy reading about the events and the people that have been a big part of my life.

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