Boredom is lost

The internet has done so much good for almost all of us, but one bad thing it’s done is that it’s taken away our boredom. Years ago, there were times when there was just literally nothing to do. That could be annoying, and it frequently was, but that also can lead to great insights.

In an interview with NPR’s Steve Inskeep, Pamela Paul put it this way:

“In order to either be in the moment completely…

I’m a cofounder of @GreenMellen, and I’m into WordPress, blogging and seo. Love my two girls, gadgets, Google Earth, and I try to run when I can.

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Mickey Mellen

Mickey Mellen

I’m a cofounder of @GreenMellen, and I’m into WordPress, blogging and seo. Love my two girls, gadgets, Google Earth, and I try to run when I can.

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