It’s time for the Friday Five!
Letting Go of Things. What would you do if you were traveling around New Zealand for three weeks and everything you’d brought with you was stolen on day one? Lovely post by Alison Turner on detaching from “stuff” and making the best of it anyway. (Also check out her “vanscape” photos from New Zealand.)
Do you hate deciding what to wear? Spend a ridiculous amount of time in front of the closet? 8 reasons some people choose to wear the same thing every day, including having to make fewer decisions.
A CEO cuts his wages by 90 percent to increase the starting salary for his employees. No, this isn’t in The Onion. One Company’s Minimum Wage: $70,000 a Year.
Or what if your job was to paint the Golden Gate Bridge? It’s never ending, apparently.
The Moral Bucket List. A New York Times op-ed piece by David Brooks. “I came to the conclusion that wonderful people are made, not born — that the people I admired had achieved an unfakeable inner virtue, built slowly from specific moral and spiritual accomplishments.” What do you think?
Planning your summer vacation? “Taking the Kids” columnist Eileen Ogintz has tips from nearly 20 years on the road in this NY Times Q&A.
Feeling stressed? Anxious? Don’t worry…
Have a great weekend, everyone!