I’m sure you all have heard the phrase “No More Manuals” at some point. Well, I’m not here to tell you how to use your cell phone, but I do have something to say about the other three.
First, in the age of the smartphone, it’s not so much about “manuals.” It’s about “accessories.” A smartphone is not “manual.” It’s a tool for an increasing number of people to access a wealth of information. To that end, I just found this great infographic that compares the five-minute reading time of the iPhone to the five-minute reading time of the Kindle.
And if you think I’m exaggerating, check out the infographic below.
I don’t think I’m exaggerating! This infographic shows the time taken to read six texts from a person on the Kindle, with the words “Mama” and “Wife”.
It also shows the time taken to go to the mall and get some groceries, the time taken by the man who got the groceries from the store, the time taken by the woman who got them from the store, and then the time taken by the man who got the groceries from a woman who didn’t want them, and then the time taken by the woman who got the groceries from the woman who didn’t want them.
This infographic shows the time taken to complete six exercises from a person on the treadmill, with the words Master and Wife.
The infographic is not meant to be a complete list of resources, it is not intended to represent the full range of resources available to you. The infographic shows the time taken to complete six exercises from a person on the treadmill, with the words Master and Wife. Some of the exercises may be easier than others depending on your fitness level. This infographic is a tool to help you decide the time to take some of your most-time-consuming activities such as shopping, exercising, and eating your food.
The time to complete the exercise is usually the time that you are most likely to finish the most of it. For example, if you’re shopping at your local mall and you finish your first shopping trip in five minutes, it is likely that you will not have to go back, so that you will finish the exercise within five minutes. On the contrary, if you start your first shopping trip in 15 minutes, you will likely have to go back and take another fifteen minutes to finish the exercise.
Remember the first thing you want to do when shopping is to eat your food. This is a rule that applies to any kind of exercise, but particularly to dieting. You can’t do this by skipping meals or drinking water before exercise. This means that you should stick to the same breakfast, lunch, and dinner schedules you normally follow. This means that you should not eat at certain times and/or with certain foods, and the time intervals between meals should be short.
Eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the same times/locations/foods is a rule for a good reason — it is the most efficient way to get a good breakfast.