Tech giants in Silicon Valley have intensified income inequality, displacing low-income and working-class families —
but some high-earning engineers want you to know they’re suffering too.
They helped create a bubble, and now they have to buy $8 bagels in it.
published a story on Monday illustrating the woes of wealthy engineers
in Silicon Valley who feel they are just “scraping by” due to rising
rents in the area.
For the piece, a handful of tech workers discussed
their struggles to achieve the “American dream” due to an increase in
housing prices. Concerned about rising property prices, they’ve had to
make sacrifices — like ditching their daily $12 fresh-pressed juice. Read more (Opinion)
•wake up early in the morning
•do some kind of activity - go running, walk your dog, etc.
•drink lots of water to boost your productivity
•read more books
•listen to inspiring music
•clean your home/apartment for 15-20 minutes daily
•consume fresh fruits and vegetables every day
•prepare your own food - read more about healty eating, check out new recipies, cook with love
•reward yourself, celebrate little victories - you’ve made it out of bed today, you washed your face and you had the strength to wake up and embrace the new day
•go out, make new friends, be social
•pick a diary and a beautiful pencil to write down how your day has been before you go to sleep
•go to bed earlier
•make plans for the next day - do something you’ve never done before. When was the last time you tried something diferent?
Japanese artist Tanaka Tatsuya creates a miniature diorama for the daily calendar since 2011. He updates his calendar-website daily with a fresh and playful image, infused with his creative imagination.