K.A. Estocin’s classic car in front of the gallery.
Context is the perspective that you hold your experience. Context is your way of being. We always have a context. It is not possible to not have a context. Our context may be high or low. “I need to pee.” is a context.” I wish I knew how to help her.” is a context. “We have to keep Read More
Kristin Wong 4/25/16 11:00am Filed to: MEMORY From: Lifehacker.com If you need help jogging your memory, you might try your hand at drawing. A recent study found that we remember items better when we draw them rather than write them down. In a study published in The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, researchers conducted a Read More