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    The New York Times CompanyTaylor Lorenz4/1/205 min
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    • chrissetiana
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      1 year ago

      Funny how things haven’t really changed since this pandemic started. There’s still some extra time and lots of pressure to do way more than we did during pre-covid time.

    • jbuchana2 years ago

      America’s hustle culture — the idea that every nanosecond of our lives must be commodified and pointed toward profit and self-improvement.

      i left that world about 15 years ago and mostly don't worry about efficient use of time. One of the best moves I've ever made.

      Being a bit of a homebody, the shutdown hasn't affected my life as much as it has many. I already spent as much time at home as I could.

    • bartadamley
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      2 years ago

      This is desperately what I needed. It’s as if we have this sudden abundance of time, yet during this shutdown period we are trying to perfect every moment of the day productivity-wise.

      It’s okay to be unproductive. It’s okay to relax. It’s okay to take a breath. We are going through something in history we have never gone through before.

      Read that book you always wanted to finish. Start a tv show on Netflix to binge. Call your loved ones. Play an instrument. Write about what it is you are feeling.

      Together, we can make it through this!

    • deephdave
      Top reader of all time
      2 years ago

      “Get yourself some Indian food and drink a bottle of wine with your spouse. We’re going through a lot and we all just need to take it easy.”

    • bill
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      2 years ago