This was something I wrote to myself at a time when I was frustrated with what I felt was a lack of progress learning to play the guitar. Thinking back now on the first day learning to play over a year-and-a-half ago, I can see progress. Slow, but it's there. Still holding back, but starting to loosen up. It's always a good thing when you can start something new, even when your 50+ year old brain tells you, "you should have started this when you were a kid". Whatever brain, I'm doing…
Plastikman - Disconnected i try in vain to disconnect my brain i don't know if i can handle it handle so much pain i don't know what's left to gain all the guilt and now the blame i don't want to stop this game i'm starting to enjoy the pain i don't care what you claim i still hear your voice replaying the only thing that remains is to disconnect my brain i try to disinfect and sanitize my brain perhaps i won't be satisfied until i go insane disconnect my brain
You know what's a good stress relief?Exercise! Know what else?Writing down a list of all the things swimming around in your brain. I woke up at 3am totally anxious and stressed. I never did my brain dump last night.! (Yes I write down everything I'd like to get done the night before. And I do it every night.) Got up wrote my to-do list down worked out. Now I'm ready to take on the day!! See ya later anxiety!
Nearly 100 years after a British neurologist first mapped the blind spots caused by missile wounds to the brains of soldiers, Perelman School of Medicine researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have perfected his map using modern-day technology. Their results create a map of vision in the brain based upon an individual's brain structure, even for people who cannot see.
I'm a spacial person, grids and highly organized storage methods doesn't work for me. I can find things faster from mess, so my desk is always a mess, my brain, I think it is a mess too :) for that reason, I created #chronodex and need a lot of coffee. # | Patrick Ng