The virtues of daydreaming

According to a recent study led by Harvard psychologists, people let their minds wander forty-seven per cent of the time they are awake. "Mind-wandering is an essential cognitive tool. A daydream is that fountain spurting, spilling strange new thoughts into the stream of consciousness. And these spurts [can] turn out to be surprisingly useful." Read the full story in The New Yorker. Preferably whilst sporting your pajamas. 

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