Kara Grace

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Kara Grace (United States of America)() published:

Habit Forming

PROMPT: Doorways

Rituals smack of age and tradition. Consistency, repitition, familiarity, doing things the same way you’ve done them for years. Washing the dishes. Going to church. Taking your shoes off when you enter the house. And they smack of boredom, of falling into patterns you can’t escape, of acting out of habit instead of motivation. But rituals can be one of the best ways to put yourself in a good place and stay there. Ritual actions are small, valuable, and much...

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Kara Grace (United States of America)() published:

Habit Forming

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    Rituals smack of age and tradition. Consistency, repitition, familiarity, doing things the same way you’ve done them for years. Washing the dishes. Going to church. Taking your shoes off when you enter the house. And they smack of boredom, of falling into patterns you can’t escape, of acting out of habit instead of motivation. But rituals can be one of the best ways to put yourself in a good place and stay there. Ritual actions are small, valuable, and much...

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Likes Against Life

PROMPT: Unplugged: Op-Ed Competition

    On Earth Day, 2019, a company called TenTree created a post that pledged to plant trees in exchange for Instagram likes. The company initially aimed to receive 5 million likes and plant 500,000 trees. However, it blew up at a staggering rate and is now the fourth most liked Instagram post of all time.
    TenTree, a sustainability-oriented clothing brand, garnered the attention of an entire platform because it provided a way for casual supporters of environmentalism to make a...

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Cooking and Creation

PROMPT: Food Writing Competition 2019

    On May 3, 2018, a restaurant called Spyce opened in downtown Boston. Spyce is a quick, casual place that serves Moroccan bowls—nothing too extraordinary about that. The newsworthy aspect of this opening is that Spyce’s kitchen is staffed almost entirely by robots. Customers can customize their order on a touchscreen, and their food is then prepared by a robot designed by four MIT mechanical engineering graduates.
    Restaurants like Spyce where technology replaces human employees are rapidly appearing in...

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