It’s a fact that most of us more or less know the value of monetary things. I mean, it’s obvious, they tell you that cellphone costs 400$ or this dress is 175$. You know that if you want to gain those items, you’ll need to spend those amounts. Now, some of that stuff might be arguably over or under-priced. This is a bit less clear when it comes to calculating the value of non financial matters. Many of us don’t think much about the value we get in return for the cost we pay. We spend our most valuable resource, our most precious possession, the irreplaceable “time” and more often than not, we gain less value that we pay for. This is truly food for thought.