I just ran into some old notes from one of the books I started. Just seeing that, seeing them and getting plunged right back into the person I was when I wrote that, kind of makes me want to cry. In a good way, but cry nonetheless. I suppose it should stir me to finish the book I’m working on now so that I can get back to it.
I’ve been using a mind palace since my teens and never thought it odd until I saw tumblr’s reaction to Sherlock’s use of the technique. A couple days ago I found myself building an extension in order to cram for my philosophy exam the following day and I figured I’d use this as an example and get you all exploiting the genius of this method.
Because, frankly, that one on wikihow that’s been going around is a headache, and mine has bad jokes and Sherlock examples.
If anyone’s any further questions just hit up my ask and we’ll talk.