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The Postmates Cart of Your Life

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The author Jedidiah Jenkins recently posted an anecdote on Instagram about his close friend, the actress Sophia Bush. I found it to be a perfect metaphor for our times.

Sophia was ordering Postmates for dinner and I saw that she had 33 things in the cart. ‘Who is all that food for?? There’s just two people eating.’

‘Oh I just add everything that looks mildly interesting. The menu is…

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Michelle Woo

Michelle Woo

Author of Horizontal Parenting: How to Entertain Your Kid While Lying Down (Chronicle Books)

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