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"Certainly she was losing consciousness of the outer things. And as she lost consciousness of outer things, her mind kept throwing things up from its depths, scenes and names, sayings, memories and ideas, like a fountain spurting." -Virginia Woolf, "To The Lighthouse"

Twelve minute breaks may be just the thing you need this week. Do you have empirical evidence to support the claims that Daydreaming makes you more creative?

via +The New Yorker 
Humans are a daydreaming species. According to a recent study led by the Harvard psychologists Daniel Gilbert and Matthew A. Killingsworth, people let their minds wander forty-seven per cent of the t...
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I see it as allowing the brain to Reboot and create.
 
Well... that explains a lot about how I tend to learn and solve complex problems so easily, I'm almost daydreaming all the day including while I fix problems XD
 
I must be really smart and creative then.
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