Conformity is tainted by the mark of mediocrity.
An interesting analysis of how so much has become the "same" overtime. Plazas, suburbs, business parks... they all look the same to me no matter where I go. The section on the Instagram Face made me feel so sad. I've wanted to dye my hair certain colors or wished my face were a different shape, as if conforming to that popular look that's everywhere on IG would give me some [false] sense of belonging.
Right on. Like everyone, I often catch myself in this situation, attracted to what everyone’s attracted to. But also I delight in bold, extreme choices. I live in a small, very old adobe village that’s brimming with magical vibes and quite unlike any other place on Earth. I drive a yellow pickup truck.
Then again, right now I’m wearing a blue flannel and jeans. ~shrug~
This article was interesting. I guess none of us want to conform too much, but we all kinda do.