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This is Kelsey. She was found on the side of the road in very bad condition.
Why does time seem to be moving faster as I get older?
When you’re 5 years old a year is 20% of your entire life. A pretty big chunk. When you’re 50 years old, a year is just 2%. In a way, a person who lives to be 100 has lived half of their life at just 25 or so years old. Also, as you get older, there are fewer and fewer things which are truly NEW to you. When something is new, you pay attention, you remember every detail, and your memories are more fully padded out by that new experience. When something is old-hat, you gloss it over and don’t write it into your memory in nearly as much detail.
As a result, your memory becomes filled with the memories of new experiences, which in a typical lifespan will be weighted heavily toward when you are younger. The obvious remedy to this problem is to actively seek out new experiences as you age. If time seems to be flying by, it’s not because you’re having fun; it’s really because your mind is bored by all the repetitive stuff you’re doing.