sharing is caring: #32


Feeling groggy, dizzy and pissed off at my co-worker who came to work sick. Common decency to stay at home when one is sick is no longer the norm. Perhaps the need to prove our dedication to work made my co-worker to come into work.

Whatever the reason is, I’m not a happy camper. I’m quarantined in my room with a cup of red ginseng tea in hopes of fighting whatever virus I contracted.

The upside was that I left work at a normal hour and finished up interesting reads of the week!

1. America’s dream home is no-longer a McMansion, it’s a multi-functional house that can change with changing home-owners needs.

2. Life-changing advice to be productive and happy.

I never force myself to do anything I don’t like. Whenever I am stuck, I do something else.

3. How to become a time realist.

Batch activities like administrative work, creative projects, hobbies and social activities, by mental function in order to identify your concentration threshold for each.

4. Thinking about how net-worth influences my perceived self-worth.

In a hyper-capitalist world where advertising and financial pressures channel the drive for status into an obsession, no one can really win – even those who appear to have it all.

…it is high time for an inequality therapy that doesn’t fault people for being crushed by an inhumane marketplace – but instead recognizes that it is the system, not the self, that is broken.

5. Silicone Valley’s problem is “it’s a monoculture of thought.”

If you have a hierarchy where engineers are at the very top and the people who are interfacing with the outside world are a couple rungs below that, you really miss something when those people don’t have an equal voice at the table.

6. Conflicted after reading “sugar date gone sour” — the sugar baby and the sugar daddy are both in the wrong, but I feel worse for the sugar baby in this case.

7. Sync camp between song writer and advertisers is genius!

As 2018 is about to end, I’m trying to get at least 40+ sharing is caring posts. Why? Because as long as I hit 40s, I’m on track to hit at least 80% of my goal. A solid B.

Not great, but I can’t risk to fail or get anything below 80%.

Photo by Jeremy Thomas on Unsplash

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