Rosamund Urwin reported recently on a problem of grown up people being bored.
“At a party recently, a couple in their thirties — home-owners, two sprogs, successful at work — confessed they found their lives “chronically dull”. Then I overheard a 19-year-old student grouchily moaning he had “nothing to do” until university restarted.”
This a problem that I rarely have. This could be that I am “easily amused” or that I benefit from being in London with all of it’s museums, galleries and events or it could be that I have a shed at the bottom of the garden where I can tinker to my hearts content?
But I think that Rosamund might have it right when she says “Only boring people stay bored for long.”