We Might Actually Desire Slowness

From Rainesford Stauffer in NY Times:

The idea that young people like me are always on the go, always in transition and always on masks that we might actually desire slowness, want to relish an experience, or enjoy taking a moment to feel comfortable and human instead of curated and optimized.

I read this article about little leisure at the library because I was at a good stopping point in my work with about 30 minutes left in the day and figured that I could get just a bit more work done in the form of reading a single blog article.

I’m going to publish this and then browse the book aisle and get flowers for my wife, without listening to podcasts or anything.