Muddled Muggles

Excerpted from the New York Times article “Why Your Brain Feels Broken” by Jessica Grose:’

“For many of us, life has changed from being divided in well-defined areas of work, kids, activities, to a situation where everything is a mix,” Dr. (Marie) Eckerström said, and that muddling puts a strain on our cognitive abilities.

This was new to me. I had never considered “muddling” to be a source of stress, but for me it absolutely is.

I’m not sure yet exactly what to do with this information. I wish my life were less muddled, but it isn’t, and there’s not a great deal I can do about that.

But I’ll give it some thought.

You can read the whole article HERE.


1 Comment

  1. markonit

    …I have not read the article… but this is the elitist mentality that drives the economic and social inequalities in this country… an entire class of people go through this as a way of life and has for a generation… a small inconvenience to the upper-middle and elite classes and it is a story worthy of the NYT,,


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