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Why Boredom Can Actually Be Good for You

by Paul Napper, Anthony Rao

The Price of Over Scheduling, and the Perks of Boredom

by Anisha Abraham
Daydreaming leads to Creativity

Get Bored and Enjoy a Daydream …

by Patti Clark

Finding True Love and Friendship

by Jeli Gavric
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What your weekend habits say about your level of happiness

by Chrisa T.S (Tzortzaki Stratoudakis)
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The Biggest Threat to Success Isn’t Failure — It’s Something Much Harder to Beat

by Shana Lebowitz

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