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Daydreaming used to be considered a waste of time—until now. Psychologists at UNC Greensboro have found it’s good for you, because the body needs time to be off-task, rest and recharge.
National Geographic: Five Surprising Facts About Daydreaming
Live Science: Surprise! Daydreaming Really Works the Brain
Smithsonian.com: The Benefits of Daydreaming
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