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A Stanford psychologist explains why spacing out and goofing off is so good for you

from The Washington Post

We believe that the opposite of focus — daydreaming, goofing off, spacing out — is to be avoided. Worse yet, having problems focusing is seen as an obstacle to overcome and even as pathological. Self-help books and productivity bloggers strive to keep us on task with advice and hacks. When we fail to come up with the results we were hoping for, we wonder whether we just aren't working or concentrating hard enough. more


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