Organized Activities For Kids Are Not The Same Thing As Leisure Time

The Experience Of Children Is Often Overlooked When We’re Planning Their Leisure Time

Screenshot from In The Mood For Love (2000) by Wong Kar-Wai. Black and white image of a woman walking away. Subtitle says: It’s right to enjoy yourself while you’re young.
Photo credit: Criterionbabe on Instagram. In the Mood for Love 2000, Wong Kar-Wai.

It’s no secret that all humans need a degree of leisure time. We need moments when the pressure is off, and we can just kick back and enjoy something for what it is…




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