Reusing Trash of Today for a Better Tomorrow

When I was a child, I knew that we couldn’t always get every single toy on the shelf that we wanted. We weren’t the richest family on the block, nor were we the poorest — we did well for ourselves but we certainly weren’t swimming in pools of Evian. It therefore seemed only too sensible to me at a very young age that the best way to get something new was to take something that you already had and make something new out of it.

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Mall Depression

I love shopping online.  I can take my time.  I can easily compare styles and prices.  I don’t have to stand in line or fight any crowds.  The other day, I visited a prominent and stylishly fashionable mall I hadn’t been in for over five years, and the changes were astonishing.

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