Or, “How I filled three class meetings heading into the Thanksgiving holiday.”
A study suggesting the sharing economy puts people in low-income areas at a disadvantage is interesting, but its hardly exhaustive.
For most people, graduating high school means going into the broader world, where you’re more likely to come into proximity with people who are a better fit for friendship with you. It’s called growing up and developing your own worldview, and seeking out relationships that better compliment the person you are become. But when you have to process some emotions to deal with whatever that old friend is posting on Facebook, that is taking away from the time that could be spent nourishing the relationships with the people you have in your life now.
The only thing worse than falling for a rumor is spreading it. Run through this checklist before you click retweet.
Another resurrected blog post.