Would Amazon and convenience exist in your utopia? What would that look like?
We surprise ourselves as we delve deeper into the Amazon problem. At first, it seems clear that Amazon is definitely in the naughty corner, but maybe there is more to it than meets the eye.
Today we’re exploring the need to add friction to our purchases, whether Amazon’s efficiency is commendable, and even taking a look into Hannah’s Amazon history.
So grab some tea, get comfy, and hit that play button. And if you have to hit pause to collect an Amazon delivery (Hannah did!), we won’t judge…
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-Brandee and Hannah