Time seems to be passing ever more quickly.
I know I'm not the only one who feels this way. But what is the explanation for this seemingly universal aspect of human experience?
In my quest for the answer I did a little googling and found this nifty article on Lifehacker. According to psychologists who study time perception, the reason time passes more quickly as we age is that adult life is more routinized.
Fortunately, there are things we can do to slow down the passage of time. We can mix up our routines, seek out novel experiences, take plenty of photos, keep a journal, and, of course, meditate.