The circular time tracking system was created in 2012 by a Japanese named Patrick Ng and found many fans around the world. It has become popular among creative persons who do not like standard diaries. Despite its unusual appearance, this is a fairly simple and creative method of time visualizing.
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In ancient times, time was measured very inaccurately. For long intervals, such astronomical indicators were used: the rotation of the Earth around its axis is a day, the Moon's revolution around the Earth is a month, the Earth revolution around the Sun is a year. Short intervals were measured by candles, hourglasses, sun shadows.
For many people, work in distance is the best way to earn money. Such an employment can be combined with traveling, children raising or favorite hobby. Working in distance, most of the time you spend at home (in cafes, libraries, and other places) without regular going to the office, meetings with people and a constant schedule.
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