Curiosity- curiouser and curiouser

Curiosity positively impacts our health and well being, protecting cognitive function and adding to our ability to be creative and innovative. image public domain pixabay Curiosity and health Did you know that curiosity stimulates the dopaminergic and nonadrenegic systems in the brain, systems that are susceptible to age related decline. Dopamine and norephinephrine, have neuroprotective … Continue reading Curiosity- curiouser and curiouser

Why Journal

I have mentioned before that I am a big fan of keeping a journal, so,  just thought I would share some observations on the benefits of journaling: What you write you are more likely to achieve Photo by fotografierende on Unsplash Spending time reflecting, setting goals and intentions is a great idea.   I especially like the idea of … Continue reading Why Journal

Taking time to reflect in the age of the instant: of journals and notebooks

“Keep a notebook. Travel with it, eat with it, sleep with it. Slap into it every stray thought that flutters up into your brain. Cheap paper is less perishable than gray matter, and lead pencil markings endure longer than memory.” - Jack London In an age of instant communication, instant answers, instant gratification, the quick … Continue reading Taking time to reflect in the age of the instant: of journals and notebooks