Monthly Archives: February 2012

Memory Lapses When You are Busy, Busy, Busy

Do you find you have enough spare time to either take a break, do something fun or get caught up on one of your projects? You may have the best intentions and then something comes up and all of a … Continue reading

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Find the Memory Props that Work

I am often asked by those with memory frustrations whether or not they should use memory props. “Isn’t it better to just try and remember?”  Here is the problem.  You are busy, or you get interrupted or distracted. In the … Continue reading

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Good Listening: A Key to Improving Your Memory

Do you think you are a good listener?  In order to remember something that was spoken, you have to give it your full attention. So many things compete for our attention and if you are doing something else at the … Continue reading

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Stress and Memory Lapses

Some days things go smoother than others. When the stress in your life increases, it is harder to stay focused and your mind is preoccupied. More and more I am hearing complaints of memory concerns which are not limited just to older … Continue reading

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