Why Walking Helps Us Think

Ferris Jabr wrote an article titled Why Walking Helps Us Think in the September 3, 2014 edition of The New Yorker.

“Because we don’t have to devote much conscious effort to the act of walking, our attention is free to wander—to overlay the world before us with a parade of images from the mind’s theatre. This is precisely the kind of mental state that studies have linked to innovative ideas and strokes of insight.” Continue reading “Why Walking Helps Us Think”