If it could happen in 1985, it could happen in 2015, right? #Hope
Technology has made it easier to cheat on your spouse. From the Atlantic: The Adultery Arms Race
Many well-known health spas now have programs specifically geared toward high-powered (and well-heeled) executives who need more than just a massage and a yoga class. From the New York Times: More Boot Camp Than Spa
Is it ethical for vendors to charge women more than men for the same service/product? From the Atlantic: Battle of the Prices: Is It Ever Fair to Charge One Sex More?
Many years ago, kids were considered (and treated like) adults when they turned 18. The point at which today’s parents can finally say their children are self-sufficient has passed the 18 “mile” mark, and is even passing 21. From The Atlantic: 25 Is the New 21
They may look like they’re adults, and they may want you to think they’re adults, but judging by the questions some twentysomethings still ask their moms, one would have to wonder. From buzzfeed.com: 46 Questions Every Twentysomething Still Asks Their Mom
Talk about putting our heads in the sand. When asked whether they’re saving for retirement, most Americans cannot (and will not) answer. From TIME.com: Why American Can’t Answer the Most Basic Retirement Questions