Author: Jennifer McLogan
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Parents work hard to keep their children active when they’re home on summer vacation, but a recent study finds boredom could lead to better creativity.
Making kids handle boredom may prove to be a family success story, CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
“I like to be bored because I can come up with ideas,” 7-year-old Mila Jarocki told McLogan.
Mila and her younger sister wonder if their parents were bored as kids, and what they did about it.
“They even ask us if we ever had imaginary friends. It’s crazy that they’re trying to see what we were like when we were children,” said Mila’s dad Rob Jarocki.
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