Isn't Time What It's All About?
Have you heard? As prosperity reaches new heights, so does the amount of time we spend in leisure. Relatively, we already enjoy more leisure time than we think. In 1870, for every hour of our lifetime that we worked at a job, we spent roughly two hours not working - and devoted most of that time to sleep. By 1950, the ratio was close to one hour working for four hours leisure. By 2010, for every hour of our lifetime that we spend working (including working at home), we'll spend eight hours in leisure. The fact that we will retire earlier and live longer contributes to these gains in lifetime leisure. Statistically, it is predicted that you will spend more time in your home and neighborhood. So your choice of neighborhood will have an impact upon the quality of life you enjoy. We all seek happiness in our own paradise.
Webster's definition of paradise is: a place of bliss; a region of supreme felicity or delight; heaven; a pleasure garden with parks, animal sanctuaries, etc. Naturally, it is predicted that the closer to paradise you are, the happier you will become. Come home to Old Mill Lake and experience the joy of creating your own paradise. Isn't it about time.