Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Work and Life in the Cities

Interesting article by a fellow planner on how your work impacts the city. 
"The more our being is aligned with what we do, our work, the more our cities meet our needs." 
If we are happy in what we do, it really does impact our everyday lives, the environment that we live in and especially, who we surround ourselves with. Some food for thought anyways, especially for cities as transient as Fort McMurray. If we invest in our friends, cities and life, we see the benefits through our social networks. If you are disconnected, then all you feel and see are the problems of the city and none of the benefits and the people around you will likely echo the same.

via Populus

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