Bored is Healthy

I was inspired to write this post after my ED shared an article from the New York Times describing how children are no longer exposed to boredom which can lead to some harmful effects. I remember as a kid having a Gameboy, Playstation, the Internet was just becoming a useful tool where I would spend hours going through animal images so I could use them as a reference for my sketchbook, but I also spent a lot of time outside, playing barbies with my younger sister and other make-believe games. These games sprouted because: I was homeschooled so there really wasn’t much for me to do other than school and hang out with my siblings I read a LOT And we were bored The article described that being

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