Tessa R. Patterson
Humans do many small things every day that add up to grand numbers. For example, the average human spends about twenty-six years of her life asleep; around thirteen years at work; and four years and six months eating. There are also plenty of small things that, arguably, humans do not do enough. The typical human will only spend three years, one month, and three weeks of their life on vacation; one year and four months exercising; and one year and thirty days doing anything romantic.