You’ve said it. I’ve said it. Your children or nieces or nephews have said it. Our usual response to these two little words is to recommend doing something about it.
You tell children to go outside. You pick up a new book or go to the movies. I head out on my mountain bike. But what if we’ve got it backward? What if boredom helps us make better decisions, particularly money decisions?
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