08 March 2010

The Benefits of Boring Days

Yesterday I had one of those do-nothing days. I call them Boring Days because to an outsider, they probably look boring. To me, it's a day that I get some things done, but most things not. What I don't get done, like food shopping, isn't critical. What I do get done, like working on an article, is usually satisfying.

Boring Days are a meditation of sorts. They're a free-your-mind from obligations day.

The do-nothingness of Boring Days rejuvenates me. It's the emptiness I like. Emptiness is always filled with possibilities.