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I known a few people who had dreams of retirement. In two cases they were very disappointed, because once they moved or got the setup they wanted, they found it was a dream that wasn't really them.
I'm lucky in many ways, but I think after finding my long-term partner, my continued interest in playing music, and my new found interest in cooking makes my retirement from the work I loved even better. No clients!
Today, I grabbed the leftover veg in the fridge and improvised an omlette.
Now is the thyme
This isn't necessarily grave and egregious things. It could be someone who posts an occasional long diatribe on the evils of eating meat, for example. I don't mean that is wrong, I myself am an omnivore, I don't eat a lot of meat, but do eat some. If I was interested in certain things, I could follow tags or let them slide by, but if I am weary of seeing other things, and in my case, it's mostly politics, it's a pleasure to have them reduced to a warning about content.
Many would say that this kind of curation creates a bubble you stay in. My answer is twofold. First of all, so what? If I want to live in an atmosphere of certain kinds of music, for example, is that bad? I also like the fact that I have a roof over my head and food to eat. Should one be forced to experience everything? Secondly, no one is forced to use social networks of any kind. I only get a passing moment of pleasure from any social network on a given day. I think it's dangerous to tie yourself too closely to a network, as was amply demonstrated by the closure of Google+, which truly left some people emotionally distraught. This resembles a dependancy that can't be good for anyone.
Well, this morning post wanders over a few topics. Should I click on "share"?