Today, he writes about where we find inspiration, overcome mental blocks, or indeed both, Here's an excerpt which will make you want to head for wide open spaces or inspirational buildings with plenty of natural light:-
The Link Between Brains and Buildings"Researchers have discovered a variety of ways that the buildings we live, work, and play in drive our behavior and our actions. The way we react and respond is often tied to the environment that we find ourselves in.
"For example, it has long been known that schools with more natural light provide a better learning environment for students and test scores often go up as a result. (Natural light and natural air are known to stimulate productivity in the workplace as well.)
"Additionally, buildings with natural elements built into them help reduce stress and calm us down (think of trees inside a mall or a garden in a lobby). Spaces with high ceilings and large rooms promote more expansive and creative thinking."
If you'd like to read more, here's the link:- http://jamesclear.com/jonas-salk And the article itself is entitled, Want to Stick to Good Habits and Break Your Bad Ones? Try This.