“When I was 17, I was in a serious accident and had to be home for months. Looking out at our boring backyard, I daydreamed a plan for my life. It became a blueprint.”
So writes Holly Korbey in a lovely piece at Let Grow. There are different kinds of daydreaming, of course, and some don’t get you to a good place. But literally having the time to daydream opens kids up to a different kind of vision of themselves and the world. It can be transformational, as it was for Holly. Anecdotes AND research bears this out. Click here to read abut both!