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Daydreaming is hard work
This article has made all the rounds, but just in case you missed it: your brain is much more active during daydreaming than was commonly thought.
As I suggest in Pragmatic Thinking & Learning, these researchers concluded that:
"The quantity and quality of brain activity suggests that people struggling to solve complicated problems might be better off switching to a simpler task and letting their mind wander."
Putting your feet up on the desk while daydreaming is optional...
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