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On average one American consumes as much energy as 2 Japanese 6 Mexicans 13 Chinese 31 Indians 128 Bangladeshis 307 Tanzanians 370 Ethiopians httpwwwmindfullyorgSustainabilityAmericans-Consume-24percenthtm Every morning I wake up on my queen-sized pillow top mattress that I purchased at Sleepys Mattress Store Next I walk downstairs take out a bowl bought from Wal-Mart fill the bowl up with some Golden Grahams and milk from Stop Shop and sit down at my table that I purchased from IKEA Then I walk back upstairs brush my teeth with toothpaste and a brush paid for at Rite-Aid and proceed to take a nice long shower which I can afford to do since I pay Middlesex Water Company for every drop of water I use I then get in my Honda Accord that I purchased from Open Road Honda and drive 1 hour to Temple University I make great time due to the fact that I can zip through toll booths thanks to my EZPass I then sit in class taking notes with my pen and notebook that I bought at the Temple bookstore What am I taking notes on one may ask Why business of course I am after all a student studying for my Masters in Business Administration As one can see just by summing up not even a full day in my life business one way or another takes up every sentence This all leads into the hot topic of this weeks readings -- consumption Do we as Americans consume a great deal more than other developing nations do The answer would be definitely Do we consume too much The answer to that question depends on whom you decide to ask Sure if I could modify one area in which I consumed too much for my liking I would probably get rid of my 22000 car in a heartbeat Nevertheless analyzing my own personal consumption
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