How technology has transformed how we connect-and reject-in the digital age |

“Roughly 40 million Americans are looking for love on the Internet. In relative terms, that’s equivalent to the entire population of Poland, scrolling through the human market, perusing row upon row of humans, and swiping left or right.”

Source: How technology has transformed how we connect-and reject-in the digital age |

The Unexpected Antidote to Procrastination – Harvard Business Review – Pocket

I often procrastinate; it’s been a lifelong habit, learned behavior.. stumbled upon this article, and it’s worth a read, don’t put off reading it 🙂


A recent early morning hike in Malibu, California, led me to a beach, where I sat on a rock and watched surfers.

Source: The Unexpected Antidote to Procrastination – Harvard Business Review – Pocket

Chris Matthews is America’s greatest champion of ‘Love Actually.’ So we watched it with him. – The Washington Post

See also, Love Actually… Is All Around ( Love Actually Intro)


The “Hardball” host can’t stop talking about the cheesy holiday rom-com. But let him explain why.

Source: Chris Matthews is America’s greatest champion of ‘Love Actually.’ So we watched it with him. – The Washington Post

FFF: The 2015 Holiday Season

FFF: The 2015 Holiday Season
November 24, 2015

Release Number: CB15-FF.25

This festive season, or simply the holidays, is a time for gathering and celebrating with family and friends, gift giving, reflection and thanks. To commemorate this time of year, the U.S. Census Bureau presents the following holiday-related facts and figures from its collection of statistics.

Source: FFF: The 2015 Holiday Season

How Friendships Change Over Time – The Atlantic

Friendships are unique relationships because unlike family relationships, we choose to enter into them. And unlike other voluntary bonds, like marriages and romantic relationships, they lack a formal structure. You wouldn’t go months without speaking to or seeing your significant other (hopefully), but you might go that long without contacting a friend.

Source: How Friendships Change Over Time – The Atlantic