Run Run Run

I've started running again (can't stand that word 'jogging').  Each morning, after a cup of tea, I venture out into the frosty Fen morning and run.

Running is great for thinking, it facilitates problem solving.  When running, my mind can empty out, leaving it free to coalesce around a question (or answer) I may have posed while tying my laces.

  • how should I approach this difficulty?
  • what should take priority?
  • what was my original face before the ideas, images, and feelings I carry around like so much baggage?
Or sometimes I just run and become bored.


Cynthia said...

That running facilitates problem solving is documented in the book "Brain Rules" by John Medina. You are right on in your approach.