What is something about yourself now that if you had told your ten-years ago self you would be this way, that younger self would have thought you were BSC?
For me (inspired by monkie's meat comment in the below post), it's that I totally could be a vegetarian if DH wasn't such a meat lover. And that part of the reason for that is that I've become really passionate about how disgusting and unethical factory farming is. I'm not anti-meat, but I think it should be raised ethically and naturally...which makes it really expensive and kind of hard to come by. Especially since I'm also anti-imported meat since transporting it has such negative impact on the environment.
These are ideals, since I'm not rich enough to buy all fancy meat, don't have enough time to always hunt down local, ethically raised meat, and have a DH who doesn't give a rat's arse about any of this. I try to make the best decisions I can but I still feel guilty when I buy a family-size package of on-sale factory-farmed grocery-store chicken breast.
10 years ago I would have argued with my older self, rolled my eyes, and ordered a big, fat, non-grass-fed steak.
So what's one dramatic change you've undergone in the past 10 years?