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While I think many of us are getting antsy and want to get out and about, I think our relationship with the home has changed.
HOW THE COMPANY STORE IS REIMAGINING CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES FOR PANDEMIC-ERA GROWTHCRITEOMAY 5, 2021DIGIDAY
Even when she vowed to take a month or two off from traveling, she’d get antsy and book a last-minute getaway.
WHY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC HAS CAUSED A WIDESPREAD EXISTENTIAL CRISISJAMIE DUCHARMEDECEMBER 29, 2020TIME
As an adult, well, it meant those same things, plus driving from one relative’s house to another, with two antsy little boys in the back seat.
AT THE END OF AN ISOLATING YEAR, EVEN THE EMBARRASSING, FRUSTRATING, WEIRD PARTS OF FAMILY GATHERINGS FEEL MISSEDTHERESA VARGASDECEMBER 26, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Some diners are seeking a sense of “normalcy,” whether that means a date night or letting someone else cook for their increasingly antsy kids for once.
PEOPLE ARE DINING OUT, THEY JUST DON’T WANT ANYONE TO KNOW ABOUT ITJAYA SAXENASEPTEMBER 3, 2020EATER
Give the suits something to occupy themselves with—otherwise they get antsy and stir up trouble.
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"Tell the truth, I'm sort of antsy to get back," Joe Kivelson said.
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