20 Life Lessons from the 1900s Still Relevant Today
Stop and smell the roses
Even though the pace of change was quickening in the early 20th century, people still spent time enjoying life’s pleasures.
New modes of transportation and better roads allowed Americans of many socioeconomic strata to go on vacation, enjoy the new diversion of movies, or spend an afternoon in an urban park.
Americans were also made aware of the physical benefits of exercise to fend off stress.