We all have a lot on our minds right now.
In this article, a neuroscientist says, “the concept known as ‘load theory’ explains why we’re feeling out of sorts. We have limited brain capacity, and focusing on one thing requires filtering out other stuff. If our short-term memories—or our visual perceptions—are overloaded with more info than we can handle, we struggle to distinguish what matters, we become forgetful, and we’re easily distracted.”
Well, that explains it!
Check out the article by Peter Martin in Bloomberg Businessweek by clicking below, and prepare to feel a little better (or at least a little more normal…I did).
Article: You Can Blame ‘Load Theory’ for Turning Your Brain to Mush
The article also includes some straightforward and implementable suggestions for dealing with the overload.
Stay safe, y’all, and let’s try to get back to mindfulness.
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NOJO had two fingers of Irish Whiskey for breakfast. Later she.was. on Instagram. I have .50 of a morphine styrette left over from Sophie Rose’ jaw surgery….
I could see having Irish Whiskey with my Beyond Banana Bread for breakfast… but Sophie Rose might need that morphine. PM sent.
Not unless her vet says she need surgery to remove the stones. Well, NOJO drank it like medicine, one finger about every three hours until show time.