Convenience saves time, as well as money in the long term (often by saving time) and helps with quality of life in terms of ease and stress reduction. But there’s benefit we haven’t yet credited convenience for: it’s ability to allow us better relationships with the ones we love.
Posted on: 15th Jul 2019
One of the biggest leaps in technology making our lives more convenient has been the evolution of the smartphone. It’s one of this century’s most convenient contraptions is used by over 5 billion people, and is probably in your hand (or your pocket) right now. When Steve Jobs came on stage holding a funny-looking device […]
Posted on: 8th Jul 2019
Just imagine: you go to buy a suit, then walk twenty paces and are at your local grocer, able to buy food for supper. You don’t need to go to your local butcher or fishmonger because they’re both in there, and the locksmiths and dry cleaners can be reached in less than five minutes’ walking. […]
Posted on: 1st Jul 2019
There is a common misnomer in finance and in life: if I want good stuff, easily accessible to me at all times, I’ll need to pay exorbitant amounts of money for it. To this, we ask the question: ‘well, what would make you feel rich?’ Often it’s the experience of having exactly what you want […]