Earlier tonight I had dinner with my brother and two friends we bumped into at Geoffrey's. During the course of dinner one of the ladies asked earnestly, "Is it true that men think about sex every 15 seconds?"
I'm not sure where this statistic comes from (it sounds like something Freud would have coined), but I'm not unfamiliar with it. However, after giving the question thought for a moment I realized I spend as much of my time as possible not thinking. I am a veritable tabula rasa (no religious overtones intended rather I defer to the literal meaning of a blank slate).
At times I obsess about work, often I fixate on food and I do worry about those I care about, but truthfully, thinking of nothing is my preferred and default state of mind. I'm pretty sure I am not the only person who feels this way, although it was clear neither of the two women at dinner seem to have any 'down time' with regards to thinking.
What do you spend most of your time thinking about these days?