How to Be More Logical via Activities


Logical thinking is a core to evolutionary human intelligence. Whether you’re looking to improve your memory, get better grades in school, or you just want to decipher the complexity of life in general, it’s one of those things you need to have a better grasp at these days.

Regardless of what you do occupationally, you will need to involve your own set of logic in some shape or form eventually throughout your day.

With that in mind, if you are having trouble thinking logically on a day-to-day basis, consider engaging in activities that will stimulate clear rational thoughts.

  • Play Puzzle Games, Especially Sudoku

Besides assisting brain function, playing Sudoku has been shown to help reduce the occurrences of Alzheimer’s disease. Of course, you’ll need to play on a regular basis to get the effects. For those who don’t know, this is a game of numbers in a box to fill. They can range from simple enough, and then ramp up to difficult levels.

Playing with numbers, patterns, and puzzles helps the mind with deal with mental challenges that help the brain’s overall function.

  • Make Lists and Categories Daily

Start writing down lists, then work towards memorizing them and checking them off 1 by 1.

The goal here is to visualize what you need to do on a regular basis and move forward with the action. This may seem rudimentary, but for many, is no walk in the park as the mind can get cluttered.

Practice organizing tasks for your thoughts to easily moved forward, allowing proper motivation to be more productive with your days,

  • Learn A New Word Daily

You can buy a calendar, open up a dictionary, and start learning new words. Once you learned a word and its definition, keep it in mind all day, and use it in conversation. Your goal is to remember one new word for the course of each day. Over time this is going to help logically as your mind will be able to process new things, and use different vocabulary in various situations.

Logical thinking is a matter of organizing your thoughts based around facts and truths. The more you learn, the more you’ll be able to do so.

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  1. Vanessa November 1, 2016

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