Have you heard of the 3-day effect? Research has shown (Professor David Strayer, University of Utah) our brains, aren’t tireless three-pound machines; they’re easily fatigued. When we slow down, stop the busywork, and take in beautiful natural surroundings, not only do we feel restored, but our mental performance improves too. Being in nature allows the prefrontal cortex, the brain’s command center, to dial down and rest, like an overused muscle. It takes about 3 days to dial down and clean your mental windshield but you will see creativity improve, problem solving and a host of other benefits. 📸: @thefitfabfoodie 💜
Ellos...Siempre buscándose, siempee juntos y entendiéndose,misteriosamente creo q se entienden muy bien.Hugo no puede evitar que se le cierren los ojos cuando están juntos tumbados,se relaja al instante😯.Tanto que acaba durmiendose como ahora mismo sin nisiquiera haber comido...Ellos...se entienden sin hablar y se necesitan😍👶🏼🐱
The #advertures of Gary the #snail 🐌. He was lost in my bathroom so I took him out.
Asked him where he wanted to go, and he showed me.
I said I'd help him and He rejoiced.
And he thanked me by giving me some of his mucus and a promise to always remember me.