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  • Altogether, I think I will subscribe to Scientific American Mind

    • by Maggie Madison
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      ZI recently perused a copy of Scientic American Mind in a bookstore, hooked in by the main teaser of when to trust your gut. The smaller teaser promised to reset my body clock

      if I was sleepless.

      My gut said buy it, it’ll make you look smart.

      I ended up reading it in the middle of night when I couldn’t sleep.

      I liked the article ...


      • titles.

        The articles themselves were technical, so I did feel smart.

        But, sadly, the article on resetting my clock didn’t help me sleep, plus it didn’t actually tell me how to reset

        my clock.

        Altogether, I think I will subscribe to Scientific American Mind.

        I just need to realize that it\’s not going to tell me how to be smart.

        I have to learn how to be smart.




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