Time, Money and Activities v1.0 Description:
provides some interesting statistics on your buying and time-spending habits over your lifetime.
Have you ever wondered how much money you could save by kicking the smoking habit, or how much time you really spend watching TV? Time, Money and Activities discovers much about you through your date of birth and an estimate of your lifetime income. It can calculate the percentage of your life or earnings devoted to activities or things you've purchased. For example, the author has found that he's spent about 1,100 hours brushing his teeth, about 5,000 hours watching Star Trek reruns, about 16,000 hours eating (5% of his life), $2,500 on movie rentals in the past 15 years, and about $100,000 on apartment rentals since he's got out of college.
The numbers can be quite revealing, and can be depressing or used as a source of motivation.
|Publisher:||Contact Plus Corporation More titles >>|
|Operating system:||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000|
|File size:||436 KB|