posted on May, 6 2013 @ 01:56 AM
All right. I remember when people used to work 9-5, they had weekends off, they got together to hang out with their friends, they spent time with
their families and worked on projects...
I value things like hanging out in person, free time to work on projects, making money in order to improve my life (doing things such as theoretically
purchasing a house and land, and other goods, instead of renting or spending money on transient things).
Basically, work to live and hopefully have a job that I like as well.
This is where I have begun to notice something I didn't expect - a lot of younger people are out there working a lot of hours with multiple jobs and
no time off - they aren't building ANYTHING -
Less people are building relationships.
Less people are saving money to purchase land or a house, but are renting.
There is a trend to move towards renting media, as well.
I went on a date with a girl who asked me to meet her at Wal Mart, for example. Early 20's. She was listening to music (this is the extent of her
independent experience) and mentioned that she wished she could just stack boxes all day.
Thanks, ATS. I think I see what is going on. But in the meantime, watch out for this.