There are little things in life, to which most people would judge inconsequential, that people do in the course of their daily lives that irk me to no end. Why do they irk me? I wish I had an answer for that, best I can do is identify what irks me and try to trivialize them to the point that they don’t bother me as much. When irked I use the word HATE, therein lies a stumbling block.
You may remember from sometime back I wrote a post about a TED Talk given by Susan Cain on The Power of Introverts, called I listen more than I speak, before continuing on you might benefit from going back and reading what I wrote and watching the video.
I was surprised to get a letter from Amazon the other day regarding corrections to a Kindle book. I originally contacted them on August 8, 2010 about this problem. Every six months or so I contacted them again looking for any updates, but many times just getting the run around. Finally they directed me to the actual publisher, who may or may not have replied to my message.
Perhaps one of the most important rules to follow while you are in a museum is no eating nor drinking while viewing the exhibits, I would think this is a no-brainer for people. However I have seen people, young and old chewing gum, or snacking on something small and inconspicuous and sneaking sips of water or tea from a bottle in their bags and purses. If you are hungry, eat before you go into the exhibit, if you are thirsty […]