For the writers and creative thinkers out there: The Psychology of Writing and the Cognitive Science of the Perfect Daily Routine.
I revisit this regularly to encourage myself in my writing endeavours. Think of the following excerpt as a teaser for Maria’s brilliant article, which you should consider reading in its entirety.
A person can think in any environment, though some locations become habitual for certain individuals. The key is to find an environment that allows concentrated absorption in the task and maximum exposure to retrieval cues that release relevant knowledge from long-term memory.
Ronald T. Kellogg (1994)
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