April 17, 2020

It’s Okay to be Bored

Making sense of my state of mind during this pandemic has been a good exercise in introspection.

I found my days suffused with a sort of nervous energy that I couldn’t get rid of. I assumed it was just boredom, but a little reflection revealed a more sinister force at play: despair.

It sounds more dramatic than it is, don’t worry. I unpack the distinction and my path through it in this quick piece on Medium.


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