Some of us really like the status quo. Even when we have a better alternative, many of us are content to keep on doing what we’re doing.
I think about this every time my wife and I swap cars. Depending on who is running what errands that day, we’ll switch between our big car and our little car.
Every time we change, my wife has this habit. It’s a very good habit, but it’s the exact opposite of what I do. Before she backs out of the garage, she adjusts everything. The seat slides closer and the mirrors get moved. She even fiddles with the height of the seatbelt. Only then does she head down the road.
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