Monthly Archives: December 2014
Couldn’t agree more. Thank you for this!
Writers, Like Fine Wines, Get Better with Age
About a week ago, I picked up my first pair of reading glasses. I like being able to see more clearly, but cautious overcompensation to avoid a collision between the lenses of my glasses and the rim of my tea mug has resulted in tea dribbling down my front on more than one occasion. There is also the fact that the bridge of my nose is a bit crooked (or, maybe it’s that one of my ears is lower than the other), so the glasses sit askew, giving me a slightly crazed and disarrayed look. Not exactly what I was going for.
Though a small part of me laments the fact that my eyes will now likely become dependent on glasses, a larger part of me accepts this development as the mostly benign rite of passage that it is, and also something of a…
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We all know there are two sides to every story… and to every brain. But do we use both of them? What does that have to do with being ambidextrous? Does any of this affect our creativity or brain function?
These articles suggest that it might be worth finding out: