20. Find Your Inner Talents
Let your creative juices flow by learning something new. If you do not know how to draw, write, sing, or take photographs – it is not too late. By trying out new skills, you are letting your subconscious express itself, creating new connections in your brain, and possibly building a social network.
15. Laughter, the Best Medicine for the Brain
It’s cliche but true as laughter engages a number of regions across the brain, unlike other emotional responses. It can actually activate some areas in your brain that are needed for learning and creativity.
10. Move Your Body
It might sound like we’re starting to beat a dead horse but trust us, exercise is just that important, even for brain.
5. Rehearse the Information
Don’t wait to go over everything. Review it as soon as you learn it…and then the next day, and the next. If you wait too long, you’ll have to learn it all over again.