The Gift of Boredom

Article by Sue Porter featured in the Piedmont Post on Wednesday, June 26, 2019

 Before you schedule every minute of your child’s summer, consider carving out some time for them to do nothing. In fact, carve out enough time for them to do nothing that they get bored. That’s right, Bored. 

Boredom is a vital emotional state that most of today’s overscheduled children never get to experience.  READ MORE…

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