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Anne blew a couple of airy kisses from her fingertips past the cherry blossoms and then, with her chin in her hands, drifted luxuriously out on a sea of daydreams.
This mixed-methods study examined the effects of recording and interpreting work-related daydreams on vocational self-concept crystallization and attitudes toward daydreams.
I got over it with support, but I find myself longing for the companionship of these perfect people in my daydreams.
Washington, July 13 ( ANI ): A virtual model of the brain has been created that daydreams just like humans.
We daydream four times during a working day - with each one lasting an average of four minutes 20 seconds Being top dog in the workplace, going on holiday, being happy, making love and winning the lottery are some of the nation's favourite daydreams.
More than 80% of us do it daily and among popular daydreams are being the boss, going on holiday, making love and winning the Lottery.
SEVEN Stories have announced a major new exhibition for October called Daydreams and Diaries, the Story of Jacqueline Wilson.
The exhibition, which will be called Daydreams and Diaries, the Story of Jacqueline Wilson will open in mid-October.
Amy Fries, author of the book Daydreams at Work, says we can use daydreams to our benefit.
SOME of the women in Murphy's office have let go of one of their romantic daydreams.
Research by careers advice service learndirect showed that almost one in three workers daydreams every day or spends time trying to find another job.
DAYDREAMS are one of the great joys of life, along with cheese scones and the mute button on remote controls.