Before the night is over, you’ll visit The Venetian, MGM Grand, The Palazzo, Luxor, and Mandalay Bay, play blackjack, roulette, and craps, and have collected more nightclub wristbands than you can count.When it is all said and done, the sun is peaking over the horizon and you’re back in your room, munching away on some Domino’s delivery.As you slowly pass out to the background noise of a “Game of Thrones” rerun on HBO, you smile. Regardless of how solid your work ethic, the monotony of routine can slowly seep into your life and make things stale.
And as I am not a cheery person, that was some achievement! Even by myself, I was still laughing out loud and having fun!
Staff around me were very kind, as well, and offered to take pictures for me.
But is there another cost, a deeper cost, to documenting a life experience instead of simply enjoying it?
“You hear that you shouldn’t take all these photos and interrupt the experience, and it’s bad for you, and we’re not living in the present moment,” says Kristin Diehl, associate professor of marketing at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business.
Visitor Survey • Since the last time I came there were new things to see and do which was brilliant!