‘The best way out is always through.’ –Robert Frost


Politics is not the most important thing in the world. It’s just the one people talk about the most. […] Your spouse and others around you matter more to your happiness than the government does. […] Very few of the things that irritate you or bring you joy have anything to do with the government. […]

Go to the party even when you don’t want to. Nine times in 10, you’ll be bored and go home early. But the 10th time, you will have a worthy experience or meet an interesting person. […]

Save 25 percent of your income. […]

That thing you kinda want to do someday? Do it now. […] Don’t wait until you have the time to really relax and enjoy it. That will be approximately three decades from now, and it’s highly possible you won’t be able to enjoy it.

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photo { Harry Callahan, Eleanor and Barbara, Chicago, 1953 }