Password memory hell. Online prescription refill drama. Mobile check deposit rejections. Compromised credit card that handles all the recurring payments. Cell phone battery from 35% to dead in 10 minutes.
Remember the first time you had to come up with an online password and it was your birthday so you could always remember it? Remember when your password didn’t expire? Remember when you only had one?
Remember when cell phones didn’t exist? Or when they were so expensive to use you didn’t dare, so they sat there dead and no one cared? Now it goes dead, almost as soon as it’s unplugged, and you’re completely cut off from . . . something really important I’m sure.
Remember when you just went to the bank to do anything that had to do with money? When men were men and checks were checks?
Remember when you could call customer service and talk to someone who lived in your hemisphere? Who you could ask to speak to a supervisor and they didn’t hang up on you?
Remember when you could just go to the pharmacy and refill the prescription that you take every day and will take for the rest of your life? Now you get your drugs through the mail in 90 day chunks. A challenge when the on-line pharmacy doesn’t list you with the rest of your family, even though you’re the only one who has ever gotten a prescription filled since the insurance coverage started.
Sometimes I spend all morning working very hard at accomplishing absolutely nothing.