“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor
the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.”
— Charles Darwin
With a new president in office, banks under scrutiny, universal healthcare on the horizon and a one-world currency being proposed, changes are a new way of life.
Are you thriving or just surviving amongst these changes? Maybe you’ve been become proactive in your investments or scheduled all your wellness visits for the year. Perhaps you are hording gold or stocking up on canned food and bottled water.
Whatever changes you’re rooting for or resisting, there is much fodder for us writers. Develop an article on coupon clipping, growing your own veggies or how to think like a financial advisor. Write a rant on why you should be a citizen to qualify for health insurance.
If you’re a fiction writer, take the extreme route: imagine all the banks have tanked and we’re under Marshall Law. There’s definitely a story there!
With changes all around us, we will respond in one way or another. And isn’t our job as writers to record this history in the making?