What We’ve Done with Brain Switched Off, in 6 Words

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The lights are sometimes on – even if no one’s home.

6 words graphicIt happens. Sometimes, it’s mild – like when I wore the wrong team’s shirt to a soccer match. Or left an egg salad sandwich in my car on a sweltering July afternoon. Wait, that wasn’t minor, was it? We all do stuff with our brain switched off. Right?

Every month, I compile a post called 6 Words. Ernest Hemingway inspired it when he said any story can be told in a six-word sentence. I ask bloggers, friends, strangers, and a few strange blogger friends to respond to a prompt.

March is Brain Awareness month. Sometimes, we’re not so aware, though. In six words, what’s something you’ve done with your brain switched off? Think “put on my hoodie backwards – again.”

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One thought on “What We’ve Done with Brain Switched Off, in 6 Words

  1. Maybe I’m normal after all :0 and there was me wondering if my brain was getting old and deficient. I regularly forget my keys and people’s name. I now apologise in advance and warn them I’ll ask them again next time, and the next…The funny thing is I support an adhd student at work and HE can remember everyone’s name, he’s been such a help to me over the years, I’ll miss him next year. I’ve often thought that between the 2 of us we’d make a genius of a student if we took all the good bits 😉

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