This was a guest post from the True & Noble blog. You can read the entire article HERE.
This past September, our family moved into our new rental house in Hood River, Oregon. In the chaos of unpacking one afternoon, I heard my husband call, “Hey Cons, what should our new wifi password be?”
Grateful for an excuse to take a break, I abandoned the box in front of me and headed for the couch, where husband had been sitting with his laptop, setting up all new utility accounts for the house. Settling into a spot beside him, I considered his question. It would have been easy and obvious for him simply to reuse all the login information we had used for the previous twelve years at our house in California. Yet he obviously felt – and I agreed with him – that this new chapter in our life was an opportunity to rethink all our “default settings” in life.
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