This week, we take a measure of value.
The conflict between well-being and cash continues.
People speak of the economy as though it has an identity.
A false choice is offered between health and economic growth.
The market is not a person or a place or a thing, but a construct.
Like time and dates, humans create concepts to relate to each other.
Questions are asked about the value of economic inputs and outputs.
The language of numbers is spoken in spreadsheets and accounts.
Our relationship with finance is taking a quick turn for the better.
This entity we call the economy has begun calling for economy.
Fewer resources and less waste are leading to a new normal.
As if on cue, The Redress Closet just celebrated an opening.
Our idea of value is slowly and steadily evolving.
The cost of convenience is beginning to show.
Zero is the new black and austerity rocks.
Speaking in figures, we lean to green.
Efficiency is the real sustainability.
Are we learning?
Listen to your own heartbeat.
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“There can be economy only where there is efficiency.” Benjamin Disraeli
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