Being busy and engrossed in technology all the time may sound like a good thing, especially because boredom is considered a negative state. On the contrary, being bored is extremely important to our health and creativity.
I was always told that LinkedIn was a need, not a want like Instagram or a time-wasting spiral of doom like Twitter. Creating a LinkedIn account was a coming-of-age ceremony, like when you buy a girl her first Kate Spade bag and say “Hurrah, you’re a woman now.”
Along with an increasing awareness of the decreasingly attainable American dream and this year’s controversial presidential election, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the healthcare system into the national spotlight.