Millennials love their pets and lavish them like children. It used to be that pets were lucky to be fed scraps but now they eat and are clothed like humans.
“Comparison is the thief of joy” is a quote from Theodore Roosevelt. According to social comparison theory we measure ourselves by comparing ourselves to others.
Gold is money everything else is credit — this is a quote from J.P. Morgan back when money was gold. So what’s money today?
From working in coal mines and stuck up chimneys to sitting on the couch playing video games. Has life become too easy?
Why do so many people want to be rich? Do rich people have a better life? Is being rich really worth it?
As the creator of Dilbert puts it, the reality for many is that office work is a pretence, it’s about making yourself look good, or how I often hear it described: it’s a game.
What’s the difference between feeling good and feeling happy? I believe there’s a distinct difference between the two that’s worth knowing.
We need rules in society, without them there would be anarchy. These rules change; women can vote, slavery is illegal and same sexes can marry. But where are these rules heading?
Nostrum is a fake medicine or remedy sold by a con artist. Famous nostrum includes snake oil and today anything endorsed by Gwyneth Paltrow.
Demographics are changing globally with older populations and decreasing birth rates. In Japan, adult nappies outsell baby nappies and prisons are being converted into nursing homes.