June#15 Affects of Writing on the Brain

Writers and non-writers alike write every day in some way, shape or form. Regardless of what technology we may use to communicate those items, many of us  do our to-do lists, grocery lists, messaging, social media/blog posts, creative writing and the like.

As Michaela Lacy of Daily Infographics points out, journaling is one such example of using writing in a more therapeutic fashion as a stress reducer, what parts of the brain are used when we write, avoiding clichés and other fun brain factoids.

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