People say that happiness comes from within. It must, and yet, in this case it seems to have come with the territory.
Since my friend rented out her house and moved to some wild waterfront land with her spouse, she seems really happy.
That's not my dream, but I need to discover a more systematic approach to finding out what I like. I'm going left and right in the dark.
I went looking for happiness in pizza tonight, but the honeymoon where I was getting it every week and it was amazing every time has ended.
The owner at my favorite pizzeria is not working anymore. It could be that he wanted a break, or maybe he is tending to a family emergency, or has health issues of his own.
In any event, it's probably for the best, at least in my case.
YouTube also has their own Patreon-style funding built in.
But I think the chat in question here is actually Discord.
"How Life Became an Endless, Terrible Competition"
"Meritocracy has created a competition that, even when everyone plays by the rules, only the rich can win."
This article identifies a real problem, but then tries to solve it with nonsense.
The economic circumstances of 1950s USA are not coming back.
I'm not endorsing this blog post; just sharing it as food for thought: https://calebjonesblog.com/its-not-capitalism-its-corporatism/
kinda wish I had something to write about now so that I could actually use this article format I've designed: https://bigmoodblog.webflow.io
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