There’s always pressure to be more productive, but many of us feel like the coronavirus outbreak has ramped up expectations. Scrolling through social media, you’re likely to see everything from workout challenges to elaborate home-cooked meals. Someone, somewhere has decided that we’re supposed to take this time in self-isolation to learn a new language, clean our whole house, and write a novel because, as we’ve been reminded so many times, Shakespeare wrote King Lear while in quarantine from bubonic plague. And if you don’t manage to churn out some masterpiece during quarantine, you’ve wasted this “opportunity” to be productive. Click here to read more…
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