Jennifer by Daniela Rettore for TEASER MAG
When you work an insane number of hours, you’re going to get fatigued—for your neurons can only handle so much effort until they get worn out.
What’s happening here? Psychologists call it decision fatigue: the phenomenon where the more decisions you make, the worse at deciding you get. It’s part of the reason why judges give harsher rulings late in the day and hiring managers prefer the people they interview in the morning. Additionally, if you’re tired, you’re more likely to make unethical decisions—which suck and are to be avoided.
Sydney’s favorite book is the Great Gatsby ( by F.Scott Fitzgerald); I had promised her when Baz Luhrmann rendition of the movie was available I would purchase two copies. One copy of the movie for Sydney and one copy for D.F. and I, therefore we could all watch it together. I was blown away with Luhrmann’s directional view, “an epic melodrama that fuses old-movie theatrics and subjective filmmaking, period music and modern pop,…
Cambridge, Massachusetts (1917) - Vincenzo Messina and his younger brother Angelo baking bread.
Photographer: Lewis Hine (1874-1940)