What did you do today? Why did you do it? What did you enjoy? What bothered you? And why did it bother you?
I have heard people say that you should not judge a book by its cover, but this statement is only partially true. If you are an author, then you know the importance of having a beautiful book cover. Bookshops display books with their cover facing the readers, and it is the first thing they see. But this article is not about books in the literal sense. It is about you, and the way you present yourself to the world is important.
For those like me who can't afford to own a car in this concrete jungle of New York City, public transportation is the best way to get around. But sometimes, even a subway ride can be a burden on one's bank account. It would be great if we are paying to have a quality service.
Why isn't anyone protesting about the poor New York City subway service? (I guess we are all too busy doing our thing.)