Why does time go faster the older you get?
Because the younger you are, each day is such a significant percentage of your life so far? And as you get older, this percentage becomes less with each year so days increasingly become insignificant?
Because as children, we live in the moment, because we don't know there's any other way to be? As we get older, we're wrapped up in too many things to be in the present moment, and days pass without you really realizing it?
Because we get into a routine and do the same thing day after day and they all seem alike?
Have you arrived at a point in your life where you've realized and decided that life is too short, and you need to start living differently? Did something instigate it or was it gradual?
What did you change?