GUEST BLOG – Scatter My Ashes at Moon Juice – Russell Brown – Medium

I used to work but I don’t anymore. I would get emails and texts and solicitations that I didn’t even want, but now I don’t. I used to be an acupuncturist, but my job required me to touch people all…
— Read on medium.com/@russell_30445/the-death-and-life-of-wellness-4ce1a8058c75

So many good ideas in this essay by Russell Brown. He connects Covid19, “late-stage capitalism,” optimization culture, the potential benefits of giving up hope, and — always — our “fucked-up, codependent relationships with pocket computers,” i.e. smartphones. This essay makes me think about what I want to do differently on the other side of the pandemic.

About Kit Troyer

Kit Troyer lives in Los Angeles. He worked previously as a newspaper reporter and a criminal defense attorney. For the last 15 years, he has been a stay-at-home dad. But that gig is running out. Kids will soon be moving out and moving on.
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