no surprise here. but a closer look at the numbers highlight the urgency for new ideas. and since we aren’t expected to find anything with legislation any time soon, it’s on ourselves (even if that means solutions on a smaller-scale for your local community).
the only people who truly know your story are the ones who helped you write it.
it took nearly forever for American restaurants to understand what American customers want, but now they have it right. we yearn for restaurants that are like us: casual, kindhearted, original, and a little too loud.
For me, no internet kept things mysterious and surprising. The most obvious change was that I couldn’t Facebook stalk her. I couldn’t see who she knew, or where she’d been, or whether she trended corny or standoffish in group photos. I could only learn about her through conversation. She drew me a diagram of her family and friends, to help me follow her stories better.
…perfect time to get close.
morose tone, yes. inspiring nonetheless to get the most out of Monday.
A few things come to mind: 1. Make life more than this 2. Get up. Move. 3. If you’re doing it everyday, hopefully, you’re in a position to make it worth your while. And if not, that you have the strength to change that.
If you want to live longer - mind YOUR business.