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Winter dreams can make for a great road trip season
"Daydreaming is characterized by a shift of attention away from focusing on a physical or mental task to a series of thoughts derived from long-term memory (often taking a narrative form)" Psychologists Scott Barry Kaufman and Jerome L. Singer say in Scientific American.
Maybe now is the time to pull up those photos from the last road trip, vacation or travel of any kind and re-live those memories. Apparently, we might already be thinking of them anyway.
In other words, when we daydream we may appear to be doing nothing but in reality, things are going on behind the scenes, much like a computer might perform routine maintenance tasks that are also not displayed.
This video tells more about how daydreaming can result in some of the best, most creative travel plans. Pay attention. Really.
Flickr photo by strudelt