When Sarah Jackson first heard of brain-dumping, she didn’t think much of it; but after reading up on it, she decided to give it a shot for a week—and found it worked even better than she expected.
This article by Sarah Jackson, writing for Business Insider (Australia), makes the following points:
- A technique known as ‘brain-dumping’ reduces distractions and can improve your focus.
- According to psychologists, brain-dumping can help people who suffer anxiety, have racing thoughts, or tend to overthink things.
- Jackson found the technique helped clear her head and start her days more organized and prepared for the tasks ahead of her.
- At its core, brain-dumping involves ‘dumping’ all thoughts, worries and to-dos by writing them down.
- Brain dumps are commonly done first thing in the morning or right before bed.