“In truth, my groceries come packaged in enough cardboard to trigger weekly guilt spirals about deforestation. (A box the size of an ottoman once contained a single onion.) Who knew that the defining feature of my generation would be our ability to break down cardboard boxes? We are masters of reverse cardboard origami, a side effect of entering adulthood at the dawn of a radical new age of convenience.” Maureen O’Connor on life in the delivery age: Outsourcing Adulthood – Can you ever really grow up if you don’t do anything for yourself? (Why would you need to?)