The title of the article attracted me in the first place. Normally, in our daily life, it is hard to connect work and hobbies together, but it is interesting how this article proves hobbies can really help us at work. This article is written by Matthew warren, i like how he helps the readers feel related to the article. Although, his style’s of writing is fluent, and easy to read. Generally, there are huge differences between student and worker, but there are also somethings that they both have in common. As a student, i always feel unsure while i am doing my work, sometimes, this kind of unsureness can always stress me out. So, having a hobby can always shift our tension at work to something that we are confident at or interest in, and it could strength our confident, and help us to relieve stress.
The title of the article caught my eyes in the first place.I am a tea person, drink from grocery-store tea bag is almost a quotidian thing to me. But, i never thought about tea bag would generate billions of microplastic into every cup. I like how the author demonstrate the article in a quite clearly form, which makes me easy to get the content. The article depicts how tea bag produce billions of microplastic. Basically, the effect that plastic brings to our earth is extremely harmful, but nobody thought that silk tea bag can also release plastic. And so, experiment that proves the fact of tea bag can always prevent and remind tea drinkers.