or how to make yourself feel time slow down ?
1. Keep learning - Learning new things is a pretty obvious way to pass your brain new information on a regular basis. If you’re constantly reading, trying new activities or taking courses to learn new skills, you’ll have a wealth of ‘newness’ at your fingertips to help you slow down time.
2. Visit new places
3. Meet new people - Meeting new people, then, is a good workout for our brains. That kind of interaction offers us lots of new information to make sense of, like names, voices, accents, facial features and body language.
4. Try new activities - Have you ever played dodgeball on trampolines? How about jumped from a plane or raced cheese down a hill?
5. Be spontaneous - Surprises are like new activities: they make us pay attention and heighten our senses. Anyone who hates surprises can attest to that.
If you want to stretch out your day, this is a good way to do it. Try surprising your brain with new experiences spontaneously—the less time you give your brain to prepare itself, the less familiar it will be with any information it receives, and the longer it will take to process that time period. In fact,overwhelming your brain, which we discussed before, is one of the best ways to make time slow down.
Can you think of any other way to send new information to your brain and make it slow down time?