Some days will be good, a few will be great.
Some days will be a step backwards, a few will be disasters.
A few days will be memorable, many will not be.
One must remember that no extreme will last forever, the market will not always go up, there is no such thing as the new normal.
Believing otherwise leads only to despair.
While I avoid most social media, I do enjoy Twitter for a number of reasons. Not the modern form, but the 12 year old original invention: 144 character text messages sent to your phone. This is very convenient for reading in the elevator or subway where there's no signal, and I can ignore them for days and they just pile up in my inbox.
Unfortunately I have accumulated a number of people I follow who are too interesting, and even after reading the initial message, I want to save the info for later to look into further. One of the worst of course is @donpark who seems to have a great deal of free time to look into curious and interesting technologies of all sorts. Cleaning out a previous phone that still had over a hundred saved notes brings up cool things like:
And that's just one person I follow over the span of about six months.