Time trap #5: We have an aversion to idleness - Deepstash

Time trap #5: We have an aversion to idleness

Being constantly connected to our devices prevents the brain from recovering, keeps our stress levels elevated and takes us out of the present.

Idleness has been shown to be a valuable form of leisure and can increase time affluence. The physical and mental benefits of disengaging the brain are far more valuable than the stress created by keeping the mind engaged at all times.

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