Archive for July, 2012
The New York Public Interest Research Group has launched the Don’t Major in Debt campaign which points out that college financing is a serious issue and “the cost of attending college continues to skyrocket” with the true meat and potatoes over at The College Finance Center where it breaks down paying for college and repaying college loans.
This got me thinking.
As each generation does economically better than the last, are we creating the perceived bar of expectation for the most basic standard of living so high that the only way to get it is for everyone to be independently wealthy from birth? Are our life More >
If you read my posts with any regularity, you quickly realize a lot of my thoughts jump from a point already started. This will be no different. I came across “The ‘Busy’ Trap” by Tim Kreider in the New York Times and on reading the title, figured it was another article about how the writer had created a perfect system of doing 48 hours of work in a 24 hour day.
I was pleasantly surprised and wanted to add some thoughts to it.
I hate unnecessary rushing. Suddenly missing digit after cutting the onion a bit close? Son’s leg going in multiple directions where More >