I came across this nifty, century-old, little trick for remember lists of items or other such lists by visualizing them each in a room of my house and adding an extraordinary but visual story to each.
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Now that I’m out of school, I feel a lot less reticent to continued learning; I’ve picked up a number of little activities I’d shied away from due to mental exhaustion, but now that I’m rested and taking things at my own pace, I’m finding that my brain is a lot more receptive to information that I gave it credit for. I’m glad that ability was not lost forever. Sometimes, all you need is a break. Nevertheless, I still plan on improving it measurably and hope to report back on this one soon
Starting to memorize the location of every country in the world. I’ve mastered African and the Americas and will soon tackle Europe and Asia. It’s fun, like being a kid again