Tuesday, July 19, 2011

I Forgot!



I am always saying:   
I Forgot this
I Forgot that

We all are forgetful with age but of course I think
MS

These videos are long but check them out if you are interested by the National MS Society

Personally I exercise my brain by taking notes and trying to make sense blogging :)

What do you do for your memory?

17 comments:

Peace Be With You said...

I do memory exercises. I work on remembering odd bits of trivia, like strings of numbers. In other words, I work actively on keeping my memory, and I think it's having a positive effect.
Judy

Sandra said...

my best brain exercise is a daily battle with blogger/computer and the big brain teaser Photoshop.

DUTA said...

An over 90 year old lady with a great memory, once told me that her secret for preserving memory was solving crossword puzzles, and eating each day a cubicle of dark chocolate.

Personally, I believe that engaging in any activity that forces us to think - helps with our memory.

Chatty Crone said...

I think that your blog - posting - commenting - and emailing is a good way to keep the mind sharp too. I hope so anyway.

Karen Mortensen said...

Nothing yet but I need to start.

Joanne said...

I forgot the name of my son's fourth grade teacher and he just finished fourth grade one month ago! I make lists and more lists. But then I misplace the lists!!!!UGH!
Blessings, Joanne

Karen said...

I do a lot of brain exercises, some on my DSL (BrainAge). I write a lot of stuff down as well as reminders. And I try to get adequate amounts of rest, because when I am tired, my memory is toast.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Keeping our memory and mind active is important as we age... I read alot, am constantly doing research, blogging and computer work, etc... My mother-in-law used to work those daily (in the newspaper) crossword puzzles....We just need to remember to keep learning throughout life.

Hugs,
Betsy

Muffy's Marks said...

I sew and play solitare, I just read an article that links drinking diet soft drinks and MS.

Brenda Susan said...

Actually I find that blogging really is a great way to keep our minds exercised and challenged. And the added perk is that if we are blogging about stuff in our lives, we are creating a good place to keep our memories!!

sprinkles said...

I used to have a really good memory. I discovered that once I started school in January of this year, that it's not nearly as good as it used to be.

When I go back to class, I'll be studying, studying, studying...

Ginny said...

My memory used to be near perfect, but not anymore. The worst is that I can't remember who told me something, so don't know who to go and ask questions on the matter!

Rachel said...

I've always been a list maker, but since MG has caused some "brain fog" my lists are a bit longer than before.

I read, do crossword puzzles and crochet to keep the brain cells going! And spend way to much time on my computer :-)

Leontien said...

Hmmmm, since the chemo pretty much destroyed all my good brain cells....

Blogging! haha

I hopped over from FarmChick and i like what i see!!!

hope to see you on my side of the fence!
Leontien
www.fourleafcloverdairy.blogspot.com

Nicole said...

Blogging and learning Spanish

Wanda said...

I try to keep myself learning something new or doing puzzles.

Kerri said...

I do lots of word puzzles, read, write...and when I have to remember something in order (not numbers, I can do that) I come up with a mnemonic device of some kind...or make a personal relation to a new person I meet and their name...

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