In light of my last post, I’ve been thinking more about the way I think. Most of the time my brain works like a computer, inputting data from the outside world, compartmentalizing people and places, and spitting out “solutions” to my daily tasks. I often call my brain my “internal processor.” It’s just how I think. So, I decided to present to you a bit of my life in the way I tend to see the world: in graphs and charts. Enjoy:
2 thoughts on “Internal Processor (Or “My Life In Graphs”)”
My “ideas I think of at night” would probably be 3x the size of the ones I think of during the day. I know what you mean with that graph. I keep a notepad and pen by my bed and end up jotting down ideas in the middle of the night. I normally just end up with a messy stack of notes that are never carried through.
So true! I have insomnia, so my brain does A LOT of work at night. I could probably fill a whole book with night time notes. We could probably write one together ;)