By Justin Krebs
There are hundreds and hundreds of the way to steer a extra environmentally pleasant, socially awake, and liberally minded life-ways that could also be stress-free. What readers will locate during this pleasant inclusive publication are basic steps, way of life changes, and ideas that entertain:
Justin Krebs explains that being liberal, or revolutionary, isn't really just a political act—it's a life-style that is suited for our altering the US.
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ARISTOTLE You wake up to your alarm clock playing National Public Radio, and you start your day. After twenty minutes of yoga, twenty more of Zen meditation, and a calm look through the New York Times, you have your Fair Trade latte and leave your home—powered half with solar energy, half with wind—to head off in your hybrid—no, make that your bicycle—to your nonprofit social service job. You have woken up in Liberal America. Seriously . . who really has time for leisurely yoga and the New York Times?
There will not be everything. There are thousands of businesses and grassroots groups doing incredible work, and I only mention a few; there are thousands of considerations as to what you buy, what you teach your children, where you can go for vacation, and I only have so much room. Amazing innovations take place around the country, but a disproportionate number included here are New York City-centric . . because it’s what I know best. I do look forward to hearing from you about what you know best—because I know there are incredible examples of the liberal life in all fifty states.
His supermarket, movie theater, favorite diner and bar, clinic and playground were all within walking distance, and he knew by name many of the people who served him coffee and eggs ... and they knew how he wanted them. This sounded familiar, because it sounded a little like the town where I grew up, Highland Park, New Jersey. It was a small walkable town, over the river from New Brunswick, the larger “city” where Rutgers University is based. In Highland Park, I could walk to my friends’ homes at an early age, walk to school, and walk to the store.
538 Ways To Live, Work, And Play Like a Liberal by Justin Krebs