Great YouTube video showing you 100 places you must see before you die. Many of these are completely new to me, and so many look really cool. Looks like I’m going to have to cut down on some of my other weekend and leisure activities and start traveling. Let me know how many of you have seen all or most of these places.
To start things off here I just had to reference a very interesting article by Derek Thompson of the Atlantic discussing how we spend our leisure time. After all this site is devoted to those activities and I thought it would be a great beginning to define how the average American spends his or hers day. It seems that he has uncovered a lot of interesting data, such as people over the age of 75 watch twice the amount of TV as teens. Who would have thought? Or that women are 30% more likely to do chores. Really, chores, no one uses that word anymore. Seriously Derek does a great job of graphically representing the Bureau of Labor Statistical data into something the average person can consume. College students have 40% more leisure time than the rest of us. Most of us already knew that one but it does make me wish I would have become a professional student.
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Thanks and looking forward to getting started.