josiahbounderby:

Just thought you will all be interested in this.

Originally posted on Manage By Walking Around:

During the U.S. 4th of July break, I finally read a stack of articles I had put aside months ago.  I was most absorbed by the Time Magazine cover article ‘10 Ideas That Are Changing Your Life.’ You can read each of the ideas by clicking on the links below, but for those of you who have limited time, I’ve provided my own summary for the first five:

  1. Living Alone Is The New Norm
  2. Your Head Is In The Cloud
  3. Handprints, Not Footprints
  4. The Rise Of The Nones
  5. Food That Lasts Forever
  6. Black Irony
  7. High-Status Stress
  8. Privacy In Public
  9. Nature Is Over
  10. Niche Aging

Living Alone is the New Norm

In 1950, Americans who lived alone made up only 9% of households; in 2011 solitary households reached 28% which makes them tied with childless couples as the most common U.S. residential type. Solitary dwellers are primarily middle-aged women aged…

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