The Importance of Doing Absolutely Nothing

Having too much to do is a national epidemic and, in many ways, a status symbol. Americans work more hours than citizens of any other developed nation in the world, according to the International Labor Organization. On average, we annually work 137 hours more than the Japanese, 260 hours more than the Brits, and 499 hours more than the French. We’re so busy that many of us don’t even take time for vacation. According to a study by the US Travel Association’s Project Time Off, 54 percent of Americans didn’t use all of their vacation time last year, resulting in 662 million unused vacation days. “We are working more and more,” says Katie Denis, Vice President of Project Time Off. “Being the last car in the parking lot is no longer the metric. Now it’s who answers email fastest and latest.”

I am actually quite good at doing nothing.  Read the entire article here.

Hormel CEO Shifts Focus to Non-Meat Brands


Source: Hormel CEO Shifts Focus to Non-Meat Brands

Insects for food.  The manufacturer of a canned animal byproduct manufactured for human consumption is steering his company to non-animal proteins.

Just what the hell is going on?

I’m not quite sure what is happening but it’s clearly happening.