Looking at the results of a recently-published study on the most and least educated cities in the United States reminded me of a couple of quotes. One, from John Belushi in Animal House: "7 years of college down the drain," and the other from my dad: "Did 9 years of high school teach you nothing?"
Let's say that you've gotten the COVID-19 vaccine, and your best friend hasn't. Are you more of a "live and let live" sort of person who is cool with others making their own decisions while you make yours, or do you have to end the friendship?
Hungry + Angry = "Hangry"
What exactly is the definition of "hangry"? The Oxford dictionary says -
Bad-tempered or irritable as a result of hunger.
Personally, I get VERY hangry when I haven't eaten. It's funny I kind of have a threshold when it comes to my level of hunger and how angry I get...
If you'd made "de-stressing my life in 2020" one of your new year's resolutions in late 2019, chances are you made it up until about March of last year before realizing that you picked the wrong year for that kind of thinking.
The way we cared for each other changed a lot this year. And apparently some of the most caring cities in the United States are right here in Wisconsin and Illinois.
WalletHub just released a study of "The Most Caring Cities in The US"...