Instant Gratification Generation

Life has changed. I want food- get some out the fridge and warm it up. I want to watch something- open my computer and watch exactly what I want for however long I want. The I want and I get reality is here. Just look at the companies making big profits and they are providing a service for right here tight now. The result a world wide debt crisis.Now I always try and be positive in these posts and this is not something to be positive about. It doesn't only extend to food and such things but if you were to look at divorce rates I think that is also a reflection of the scale of the problem, point being it affects us all and more than we realise. Take facebook as an example. News about friends used to deepen a friendship as you would have to have a conversation to get the news, now it is all online and available to anybody. You no longer know the person, you know their online profile.Sorry, got a bit distracted there again, now for the positive part. People have started realising that there is an issue and if this is anything like an addiction, which I believe it is, admitting that you have a problem is the first step. So in a way, this is me, Grant Stephens (for those of you that didn't know) admitting that I have a problem and it is something that I plan on fixing.I have one last point and that is that I believe happiness is kinda like compound interest- it grows on itself, so start saving and being ready for the compound happiness ;)Be Less-Instantly-Gratified