This is a guest post written by Penny, a regular reader of our blog. Inspired by a recent article my father wrote entitled “ What I Know at 64 that I Didn’t Know at 24 ”, Penny decided to write a list of her own. Here are 25 things she has learned over the last 30 years.
I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma. - Eartha Kitt
Competition against individuals is really competition against the teams that support them.
People become brainwashed by the media in the most basic ways. For instance, think about gender roles.
Having good credit is crucial, because otherwise you will be bled to death by lenders when you need to borrow money.
Medical doctors can be ill-informed, incompetent morons. They are just people.
I get better scientific research done when I sleep more, calm down, and think less about social “motivators” and more about having fun.