I have been thinking about some changes we may see in Lifestyle once we are Beyond the COVID Restrictions and Back Closer to a Normal Situation. Let me give an example. Over the past 25 Years Parents have been guillted and extorted into enrolling and paying to have their Children enrolled in every activity available. My God, if your Child isn't in the Correct Organized Soccer or Basketball League by the time they are 6, they will never get into the College of their choice unless they can include that on their Application. As a result, they have become Taxi Driving Slaves to their Kids, spending 3 or 4 Hours per day in some cases transporting to and from Practice and games, and watching the activities. This Fall, many of these activities will be suspended and kids will attend School and be Home. Parents may discover that their Child can survive quite nicely with a more limited activity schedule, and might restrict the number of activities once things re-open. As a result of this Lifestyle many families are eating on the run in the Car from the fast food window. With more time at home, parents may discover they can cook and enjoy meals at home with family and do so so more cheaply. Consequently, sales of fast food may decrease with less activity. Parents may discover that they now have "me time" and can take up a Social or Recreational Activity of their Choice. I was thinking back to my family as I grew up. My Dad played some Golf. On Tuesday Nights he played in a 9 Hole twilight League. He didn't get home until 8:30 or 9:00 P.m. Nobody died and the world didn't end. On Sundays when he wasn't working he played 9 Holes of Golf with a standing Group of 20 guys who had a block of standing tee times at a local Golf Course. He was usually home by Noon. I had an Uncle who bowled one or 2 Nights Week in an Organized Bowling League. That was his "me Time". Any thoughts or ideas about this or other lifestyle changes will be appreciated.