‘Grab a leash and take your thoughts for a walk.’ — WellsBaum.blog

Said Henry David Thoreau, “Methinks that the moment my legs begin to move, my thoughts begin to flow.” Walking boosts creativity. If you ever get stuck in a creative rut, science shows that you should go for a stroll to get your endorphins moving. As learning scientist Marily Oppezzo notes in her TED presentation below,…

‘Grab a leash and take your thoughts for a walk.’ — WellsBaum.blog

6 thoughts on “‘Grab a leash and take your thoughts for a walk.’ — WellsBaum.blog

  1. Fascinating! Thanks for sharing this! I’ve often found that going for walks helps me get mental tasks done; how cool to see this science behind that! I am inspired to make that walk that I tell myself I need to go on every day a higher priority. The writer in me really appreciates this post! 😁

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