Friday, October 15, 2010
How I Learned Not to be Bored
When I was little, I was often bored. It was a horrible feeling strangely accompanied by guilt. Why guilt? I must have heard enough older people lament that they didn't have enough time that I realized that the time I had right THEN was worth something, only I didn't know enough how to use it.
As I was able to, I developed skills and interests. I am not good at thinking these ideas up on my own - they are always opportunities that arise that I take advantage of learning.
Here's the problem: I now know too many things to do and have too many interests.
Weird how the pendulum swings.