Yesterday I stressed how important your five senses are for remembering better the information you want to learn and how you can use the senses to improve your memory. My tip for today is very similar to the one I gave yesterday, but it is also a little bit different. It is: use your emotions to memorize information better. This again might involve some of your senses, but not necessarily. The most important part here is your brain that should help you to create those emotions and associate them with the things, information, lists and etc. you want to remember.
You should also have in mind that the emotions you will want to associate with the things should be as positive as possible because our brains automatically try to delete all the information that arouses negative feelings. That is how we are made. We need positive feelings and emotions and they make the process of remembering easier. Try to think of something that you like and enjoy very much and incorporate those things into your memorizing exercises or process and watch how fast your memory improves. The positive stuff can be anything: travel, food, relationships, internet, movies, coffee and etc.
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