Will social media be a part of the entire rest of our lives? How will we make sure we’re not the generation who forgot how to interact in person?
What are they going to call 90s and 2000s music when it’s the equivalent of “oldies”? Wouldn’t work be better if we could all listen to our own music? Are the remnants of instrumental skills from elementary school still helping us be smarter? Will the whole stand-up desk fad really catch on at the office? Or will we all be sitting on medicine balls someday soon?
Why does where to live involve so many other decisions? Who to live with? House or townhouse or condo or apartment? In which town?
I wonder: which sport has the most fair-weather fans? And which team? Is football better in the rain … or snow?
Why is a “free” beer with a haircut one of the most exciting things ever?
Why does my next vacation seem so far away? Can there ever be any better vacation destination than Hawaii? Where’s the best place you’ve ever been on vacation? The worst?
Why does cleaning have to be a never-ending battle? What if you were offered a trip to Never-Never Land? What would the world have gotten excited about if there was no “Harry Potter”? Or “Star Wars”?
Does it get harder to learn history as time goes on? Anyone else have a high school history teacher who introduced himself by saying he was “high on life?”
Doesn’t thinking about “retirement” in your twenties feel like thinking about dinner at breakfast?
What surprises will life throw at us next? And what will we do to be ready?