Presenting... Neat Stuff Jigsaw Puzzles to
help you fill the time between whatever you had to do and that other
thing you were suppose to do but can't remember what it was. Which is
why you should be doing jigsaw puzzles. The brain produces a chemical
known as dopamine that is chiefly responsible for learning and
memory. The production of this chemical increases in the brain at the
time when it is engaged in solving the jigsaw puzzle. Your left-brain
thinks logically and follows sequence while the right brain is
creative, intuitive and emotional, so working on puzzles and solving
them provides many helpful benefits and helps you exercise both the
parts of your brain. So exercise your brain before it's too late.
Don't end up like Darryl.