Speed trap: Local author warns of the high price we pay for racing through our lives | January 22, 2014 | Almanac | Almanac Online |

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Cover Story - January 22, 2014

Speed trap: Local author warns of the high price we pay for racing through our lives

by Renee Batti

Do you feel empty if you are not in constant action? Do you feel nervous without your tech gear in hand or pocket? Do you believe stress is the price of success and chaos is normal? And lest we forget our kids, are we as a society modeling unhealthy behavior and sowing the seeds of a future generation that is socially crippled?

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