It’s Better to Share

If you live alone, it's hard to get the motivation to cook or make something special that takes a bit of effort. I'm about to head back home to my family, and my mindset has shifted from last week when I was cooking for myself to all the things I can make now that it's more feasible and also economic to share. It seems that the motivation to do something special really comes when an idea is shareable, as if things take on a special meaning when they are shared.

When you think of an idea, think of how you can share it with other people. It will only make it better.

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