3:30 am – 4:00 am – breakfast while checking work e-mail. Breakfast will consist of gluten free toast, coffee, kale juice and Adarol.
4:00 am – 6::00 am – Yoga / Spin Class while checking e-mail.
6::00 am – 7:30 am – heavy duty make-up application, and blow-drying hair while catching up on work e-mail.
7:30 am – 8:00 am – commuting to work while catching up on work e-mail, Facebook and texting, and second breakfast consisting of blue bottle coffee, and organic vegan cookie.
8:00 am – 8:00 pm – work, Facebook and texting.
12:00 pm – 12:08 pm – lunch to-go consisting of bland, overpriced tuna sandwich, 2 pounds of lettuce, and energy drink, while catching up on work e-mail, Facebook and texting.
6:00 pm – overpriced, bland dinner with a glass of overpriced, overrated wine, while catching up on work e-mail and telling a girlfriend all about her exciting career and life.
8:00 pm – 9 pm – catching up on work e-mail.
9::00 pm – hitting the sack and catching up on work e-mail, facebook and texting in bed.
Our best schools do not teach single men
- How to be interesting
- How to be funny
- How to be humble
- How to be strong
- How to be eloquent
- How to have your own style
Perhaps it’s time to put our local academic overachiever into some kind of post-grad program so that their personal qualities match their academic credentials.
A Burmese restaurant with table cloth makes about as much sense as a hot dog stand serving champagne.
We have no right to make fun of the lines that the Soviets had back in the day. At least they didn’t have a choice and had to stand in line for bread, milk, eggs, and other essentials. We are way worse – we seem to be ok with spending over half of hour lunch hour in line waiting for a cup of Philz from a truck. This begs the question – are we really that busy at work?