Zanna likes…stepping on crunchy leaves, snapping and unsnapping buttons, and taking all the clothes out of her drawers, refolding them, then putting them all back.
She doesn’t like…the feeling of styrofoam, hearing people chew their food, and parents yelling at their kids in public.
Perpetual pursuit of happiness:
“We may be fairly happy now, but there’s always tomorrow and the prospect of a happier place, a happier life. So all options are left on the table. We never fully commit. That is, I think, a dangerous thing. We can’t love a place, or a person, if we always have one foot out the door.”
-Eric Weiner, The Geography of Bliss