Here's a little something to entertain and enlighten you.
The Atlantic magazine lets you explore your life in history.
Using their Time Lifeline, you enter the day, month and year of your birth.
Supposing you were born on January 1st, 1960. You've never lived in a world without Barbie dolls. At 9 years old, you were alive to behold people walking on the moon. Your life can be divided into two halves: before and after Shark Week. By the time you turn 70, humanity's water requirements will exceed its supplies by 40 percent.
Or suppose you were born just five years later on January 1st, 1965. You've never lived in a world without G.I. Joe action figures. This is what Hollywood thought teenagers looked like the year you became one...
(Grease was released in 1978.) Your life can be divided into two halves: before and after websites. By the time you turn 60, the World Bank predicts that the U.S. dollar will lose its global dominance.
What's your life in history? Click here to find out.