Saturday, June 24, 2006

Taking frequent breaks improves memory. Wait. Where did I leave those keys?

Now this is something we can all relate to.


Some scientists did some research on memory and how it's affected by how busy we are. These no doubt busy scientists found that taking breaks helps you form new memories. In other words, it's easier to remember stuff if you've been taking regular breaks at work.


That means taking regular breaks all the time, not just when we think we can, like after work, but all the time.


Got it?


Or have you forgotten the topic already, you road warrior, you.



When asked how he felt about participating in the groundbreaking study, Mister Rat replied, "I smell cheese somewhere. Do you smell cheese?"


—Mellow Monk


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