Many of FLEX's clients are about to enter into first term final exams, which means everyone is clamouring for studying strategies. Fortunately, this weeks Wellness Wednesday is taking a look at how human memory works, and uses what we know about attention, encoding, and retention to help file memories properly and make them retreivable when it counts.
Even if you are long past exams, this is a great post to help you recognize why you are losing track of those important to-do's in your daily life. CLICK HERE to read this weeks #WellnessWednesday.
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