Not only are you investing in your own city, but you’re also reducing your individual environmental footprint, creating jobs, and putting your tax dollars to good use.
The t-shirt, staple of the American wardrobe. It’s casual, soft, simple, personal, social and ‘natural’, right?
Through this kind of faulty thinking we have created a false dichotomy between ourselves and the rest of existence.
The situation is a hot mess.
You are in your twenties. You have figuratively started your career, but as you have comes to terms with the real world, you have realistically started paying your dues.
Yes, over time you might come to understand the nature of the world as cruel and apathetic to you, to human beings—and this is undoubtedly a painful and terribly hard thing to accept—but honestly, it’s the truth, the way it really is, and once you make peace with this realization, you’ll surprisingly find that life is a lot easier to live.
Wait until your hamper is full. Not only does this save how much water and energy you use, but also your detergent, which is expensive!
While habit can be a beautiful way of going with the world, it can of course lead us to avoid life.
Stop allowing our educational institutions to function as nothing more than profit-seeking degree factories.