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Paiger's TIP OF THE DAY: The Advantages of the Middle-Age Brain! 
"A study in the British Medical Journal lit up the Internet last week with the conclusion that cognitive decline begins at age 45. While it’s true that …

Paiger's TIP OF THE DAY: Turn a Negative Experience Into a Positive! 
This is something that I've done many times since my head injury, in many different ways, and also what I did on my last posting that I wrote to: Always …

Paige's TIP OF THE DAY! ALWAYS Check Purse/Pocket For Carrying Appropriate Cash/Credit, Coupons, Memberships and ID! 
I originally posted this on a day when I really wasn't planning on posting anything because I just had so much work to do, but it was something that just …

Countdown from 100 
If you have an extra minute or two while waiting for something ( e.g. - microwaving food, on hold with a creditor, etc.), countdown from 100 by 3's... …

Easy ways to remember events and lists Not rated yet
Every day, take time at the end of the day to think what happened at school (if you spent the day there..), or office, or home, etc.... Think of the …

Post-Stroke Memory Tips Not rated yet
I have four: 1. Organizing the materials for my next project and putting them somewhere where I'll see them reminds me of the next task I want to accomplish. …

Use video games to place things in order Not rated yet
I like to play Call of Duty. I know the maps by heart because I have absorbed them by playing them over and over again. It takes no time at all to call …

Email to-do lists to myself Not rated yet
I work on the computer. So I created an email in which I put my daily planner activities with the date, member of family, and the planned activity. Something …

ThinkClip tool to help my dad remember Not rated yet
My father started forgetting things, so I got him a ThinkClip for his keychain. It's a metal clip that attaches his keys to whatever he needs to remember …

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