Daydreaming Helps You Focus

Quit daydreaming. I certainly heard that a lot when I was a child. Occasionally, I still berate myself for not focusing. But now Annie Murphy Paul says science shows that the “looking in” mode processes or makes sense out of all the information when we’re “looking out.” Here’s the full article: 

Quit daydreaming. I certainly heard that a lot when I was a child. Occasionally, I still berate myself for not focusing. But now Annie Murphy Paul says science shows that the “looking in” mode processes or makes sense out of all the information when we’re “looking out.” Here’s the full article: http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=bc04df008d4705e4e77c2eb35&id=ce243a051b&e=912d3df82c

 

 

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Author: patricia906

I am a mixed media artist using surface design and texture to explore the patterns and associations in our world.

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