Changing the scenery

There is a study which claims that by changing rooms (or not), memory will be influenced:

Now, let’s look at vacations:

A longer vacation seems, by definition, better than a shorter one, and having lots of paid vacation time is a highly valued job perk. But when we recall an experience, and how it made us feel, it turns out that length isn’t terribly important.

(source – The best vacation ever – The Boston Globe; more on the subject – Duration neglect – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

I think there is more to this than just memory and vacations, and I want to work more on having a different scenery in my life. Sure, there are limits to this, I won’t spend a fortune just to go to Japan, but changing scenery may work well. Even if it’s only for a small moment.

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