Being Bored

IMG_1110I often joke that it’s against my religion to be bored.  We sometimes get a bit of down time at work, and I hear people complain of being bored all the time.  I don’t understand that!  How can anyone be bored?  There’s so much to do!

I don’t mean that I’ve never been bored; I have, but for me it’s more of a mood thing than anything else.  Once in awhile I’ll feel out of sorts, and NOTHING will suit me.  As a general rule, though, I always have things to do.  In my work bag, I keep at least one book, but usually two, my personal iPad, and headphones.  I can read, write, surf the Internet, take a walk, listen to music, or have a conversation.  At home, there are more things to do than I know what do do with.

I don’t watch TV, in part because it’s not my medium of choice, but also because I’m just too busy doing other things.

How often do you get bored?

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4 comments on “Being Bored

  1. I’m with you – it’s a mood, not a lack of things to do. It’s a lack of interest in all the things there are to do, and it’s very much akin to depression. Bored is not a good place to be.

  2. Brenda Case says:

    I am certain you are right about the mood thing. There is ALWAYS something to do!

    Thanks for your post! Made me check my mood 🙂

  3. I don’t really know what it means to be bored anymore. Sometimes I wish I would get bored, but there always seems to be way too much to do. Take a breath and relax, maybe we can try to bring on some boredom!

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