Personal value systems ... can guide a person's decisions as much as monetary measures can. A simple stir-fry dinner ... comes in one of two ways: ready-made or made from scratch. Though the ready-made meal might cost more, someone who earns $30 an hour might not mind coughing up an extra $5 (about ten minutes' worth of wages) to save ten minutes of preparation time in the kitchen. That person might value convenience more than culinary prowess.Everything is just another chore to be finished ASAP. No one has time to stop, stand and stare.
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Too busy to...
Excerpts from an article on why people no longer do the simple things in life -- cook, tend the garden, or even walk the dog:
Posted by Blinding Insight at 9:14 AM