Live your life to the full. Fill it with travels, with relationships, with compassion, with exercise, with good foods, with smiles, laughter, confidence and happiness. Don’t live in the moment, but live for the moments.
"The disparity has widened since the recovery began in mid-2009. The richest 10% of Americans earned a larger share of income last year than at any time since 1917, according to Emmanuel Saez, an economist at the University of California at Berkeley. Those in the top one-tenth of income distribution made at least $146,000 in 2012, almost 12 times what those in the bottom tenth made, Census Bureau data show. […] While [college graduates] earn more than those with less schooling, they’ve seen no real wage growth in recent years." –Rich Miller And Michelle Jamrisko, Bloomberg News