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Participants' minds were more likely to wander on the second drive of the simulation (the drive home after work), and on average, they were aware of their mind wandering only 65% of the time.
Eight years, four cats, and three moves are chronicled in "Our Cats Are More Famous Than Us: A Johnny Wander Collection", a gorgeous hardcover omnibus, which includes a foreword by Raina Telgemeier (Smile, Ghosts).
com)-- Wander Coffee, a specialty coffee roasting company based in Fort Collins, is now offering free local delivery to customers throughout Northern Colorado and Wyoming.
Starting from April 26, Wander will donate a portion of its booking fee to partner organizations that also support the same causes as Wander.
22) A 1223 entry in a Latin chronicle from Italy describes the Wandering Jew, a man cursed to wander the earth since assaulting Christ at the Passion, as having appeared in Armenia.
Wander Brewing and the Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center have teamed up to offer an alternative to the traditional Whactom County distance race fundraiser.
It is estimated that over 30 percent of nursing home residents and between 25 percent and 70 percent of community-dwelling older adults with dementia wander from their supervised healthcare settings at least once during their stay.
This provided the spur, or the initial energy and stimulus as a starting point for this new business concept - working with students and their experiences of our city, engaging with the public, drawing on the experience of business and from this gaining the seed of an early business idea," says Iain Acton, Course Leader, Living Labs and Co-Founder, Wander City.
So apparently allowing your mind to wander from time to time is crucial for one's creative process.
A new study of 239 healthy women ages 50-65 years aimed to see if telomere length was associated with being present in the moment versus letting the mind wander.
People's minds wander at least 30 percent of the time during all activities except sex, say graduate student Matthew Killingsworth and psychologist Daniel Gilbert, both of Harvard University.
Whatever the details, says Hasan-Rokem, in each telling the Jew "was cursed by Jesus to wander until the Second Coming.