February 7th, 2012
themodernworld
A shift in how we live.
good:

Most Americans Want a Walkable Neighborhood, Not a Big House
The symbol of American success often involves having the biggest house possible, but our outsized fantasies seem to be shifting. It turns out most of us value nearby stores and parks rather than McMansions. Luckily, that’s probably where we’re headed.
Read it on GOOD→ 

A shift in how we live.

good:

Most Americans Want a Walkable Neighborhood, Not a Big House

The symbol of American success often involves having the biggest house possible, but our outsized fantasies seem to be shifting. It turns out most of us value nearby stores and parks rather than McMansions. Luckily, that’s probably where we’re headed.

Read it on GOOD→ 

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December 7th, 2011
themodernworld
rustybreak:

Just Like Starting Over by Yarisal & Kublitz.

rustybreak:

Just Like Starting Over by Yarisal & Kublitz.

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June 15th, 2011
themodernworld

Trude. 

The problem with the new guidelines is that it oversimplifies nutrition.  Americans are not eating because they are hungry—or even for nourishment…  

I’m currently working on guidelines to address our motivations— why we’re eating.. more to come soon…  

divineirony:

denverpost:

New Dietary Guidelines

-The Post’s Mike Keefe, June 12, 2011

Lol

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Evidence of change.

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