World Resignation

//World Resignation

The end of the world is a juicy concept. It conjures up bucket lists, last meals, and final conversations.

The best part about contemplating an apocolypse is that it brings perspective. Clarity. Big time. It’s a great way to gauge your place in the world. Are you happy? Kicking ass? Making plans? If you can consider it effectively enough you can save yourself a whole lot of time and regret. Ask yourself the big questions before the universe asks them for you.

As for my end of the world dinner? I’d like to invite a bunch of super brainy / influential / cool / creative people – but you know what? You don’t really know anyone until you start having end-of-world conversations. And I reckon you could be stuck in an elevator with a total random when it all goes down and have the best (last) time of your life. Because when you cut out the chit-chat and get to the nitty-gritty, everyone has a great story.

So I’m not sure who’ll be there, but one thing I do know: I will be waaaay too manic and involved (and talking!) to care what I eat. (In saying that, Oprah Winfrey and a giant jelly snake wouldn’t hurt either :))

By | 2017-02-20T10:36:41+00:00 April 19th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on World Resignation

About the Author:

Author Jolene Stockman is an award winning writer, speaker, and an expert for Girlfriend Magazine Australia. Jolene writes young adult books that make you want to jump in, take over the world, and eat your red jelly beans first!