My Article On ‘Brainhackers.com’ Has Gone Live!

I’m very proud to present the article I wrote for ‘Brainhackers.com’ earlier this month.

I was asked to write an article for that website and I’m quite honored about that. Enthusiastically I started writing and I hope very much not only the ‘Brainhackers’ readers are going to have a good read, but also my readers here on ‘Writer’s Treasure Chest’.

You will find the article here:

 

Brain Lethargy – Age Or Technological Development

http://brainhackers.com/brain-lethargy-age-or-technological-development/

 

Let me know in the comments how you find it please, I’m curious.

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19 thoughts on “My Article On ‘Brainhackers.com’ Has Gone Live!

  1. What a thoughtful post. As someone who is getting older, I, too, am concerned about losing my poor brain cells. I do mental arithmetic, too. I was rubbish at it at school, but it’s great practice.
    Your comment about phones storing numbers so we don’t have to, and all the other things phones and computers do, makes me think we’re using our brains less and less. Me phone reminds me of birthdays and appointments,too. Also, my doctor, and hospital send me a text to remind me.
    Professor Brian Cox said that the end of humanity will come through stupidity.

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    1. LOL – Maybe Professor Brian Cox is right. We hand over so many things to computers that sometimes I figure we forget to use our brain. And what for? I’m not sure I get that point… what for? It’s not like we all take more time off, spend more quality time with our loved ones or for ourselves, right? As busy as we are, we only do more and more to sacrifice it to someone else to think for us.
      Ugh… I need to stop here before it becomes a rant.
      Thank you very much for your comment, Vivienne!

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  2. Congrats! I enjoyed your post, Aurora Jean. Our brains are the finest computers and we need to take good care of them–as I see you are doing. Your article reminds me of the old adage–“Use it or lose it!” You’re doing a find job using yours. ❤

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  3. A fantastic way to keep brain training. I am dyspraxic since birth and I found numbers very difficult, the way the teachers taught them in school. I took up playing darts as a teenager and of course, you took your turn at marking the board, as soon as I visualised the numbers in my head I could subtract better and no one laughed at me when I had to use my fingers to count with.

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