Appetite for Distraction: Are you ‘doing nothing’ incorrectly? Let’s find out
These are unprecedented times, and it‘s perfectly okay to binge on Netflix/stay in bed/other. But is your isolation game as good as it should be?
Baking bread, starting novels, educating six-year-olds to Master’s level – some people are really knocking it out of the park on the productivity during this global pandemic, aren’t they? Even the ones aggressively telling you it’s okay to “do nothing” are doing it with such a ferocious intensity that I’m left wondering am I doing nothing enough? Am I doing it right?
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