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Spring Issue 2022

Featured Article

Several years ago, a friend shared an article about “the problems of aging”—no author was listed but whoever wrote it was blatantly unexcited about the process. It helped me realize anew that I had a choice: view aging as a “Disaster” or as an “Adventure.” It reinforced the critical necessity of honing a good sense of humor. Does it resonate with your brain? Decide which you choose: Disaster or Adventure. Enjoy my version of “Aging Is a New Adventure.”

Aging Is a New Adventure...

 


Subscribe to Taylor's YouTube channel

For some time, Dr. Taylor has presented a weekly audio podcast on Anchor by Spotify. Some listeners have asked for a video version. To achieve this, our goal is to have 2,000 subscribers by April 20, 2022. Please subscribe to Taylor’s YouTube channel!

https://www.youtube.com/user/braingurutaylor...

Thank you for your help.


Selected Videos

Please visit this new section on Taylor's website! We have compiled a list of interviews and related videos. You may want to bookmark this page as we will be adding more selected videos.

Selected Videos...


 


Legends of the Wild Series

The Legends of the Wild Series on Emotional Intelligence is coming right along. The first four books are available on Amazon.com. The fifth book is nearing completion.

 

 


Social Media

Here’s how to find Dr. Taylor’s information on social media. Includes Instagram, YouTube, and Taylor Brain Bytes (audio podcast).

Allmylinks.com/brainfunctionguru...

 

 

 


SpanishSpanish Translation

The Adventures of Aimi & Her Brain  is now available on Amazon.com in Spanish. "Adventuras de AIMI—y su Cerebro" was translated by Daniel Rodela.

 

 

 

 

Adventuras de AIMI...


Recipe by Request

The email read: “Can I make ratatouille without using eggplant? My body does not like eggplant. Thanks.”

You are not the only one! Check this recipe: Taylor’s Ratatouille (sans eggplant)
 

Taylor’s Ratatouille...

More recipes by Taylor...

 


LLM Online Course 

The English version currently is available online. Nurses can obtain fifteen (15) hours of CE credit.


 

Illusions

What does your brain see first? Some like illusions. Some do not. It is an exercise for the brain.

illusion

Taylor's Q&As

qaQ. What happened in Mikaela Shiffrin’s brain at the Olympics? Answer...

Q. What can I do to improve my sleep? Answer...

Q. How can I slow down brain aging so I live longer? Answer...

Q. When you “towel dry” after a bath or shower, is the towel clean or dirty? Answer...

Q. How do drugs affect the brain? Answer...

Q. How does caffeine affect the brain? Answer...

Q. What makes human beings the way they are? Answer...

Q. I’m quite sure I’ve heard you say that the mitochondria are the powerhouse of the cells but what do they do? Answer...

Q. What happens to memories when you forget them? Answer...

More Q&As with Dr. Taylor...


Taylor Brain Bytes (weekly podcasts)

Taylor Brain Bytes

Be sure to check out Taylor’s weekly audio podcasts, "Taylor Brain Bytes." These are short (3-5 minutes) audio podcasts on brain-related topics.

Link to all podcasts to date...

Taylor Brain Bytes is available on the following listening platforms:

Find one that you like and subscribe today!


Taylor's Blog

Follow Taylor’s weekday blog (which is released every weekday at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time), and stimulate your brain while learning more brain bits. Spend three minutes a day learning something about brain health and then choose to implement helpful strategies. Access Taylor’s blog:

You may also access Taylor's Blog on Facebook and Twitter.

*Here's how to get Dr. Taylor's blog posts sent to your email address. If you are accessing the blog on your phone, scroll all the way down to the bottom and tap on "View web version." Then (on the phone web version or on your computer or tablet) scroll down, look on the right side, and find the "Follow by Email" window, enter your email address, and click on SUBMIT. You will receive a confirmation email at that address which you must respond to in order to be subscribed to the blog posts.

Follow Taylor's Blog...


Point to Ponder

According to Mother Teresa, “life” is many things. Here are a few of them.

Life is:

  • an opportunity, benefit from it.
  • a beauty, admire it.
  • a dream, realize it.
  • a challenge, meet it.
  • a duty, complete it.
  • a game, play it.
  • a promise, fulfill it.
  • a sorrow, overcome it.
  • a song, sing it.
  • a struggle, accept it.
  • a tragedy, confront it.
  • an adventure, dare it.
  • an experience, be grateful for it.
  • a joy, love it.
  • a gift, treasure it.
  • a relational connection, enjoy it!

Do you frequently remind yourself of things for which to be thankful? Gratitude helps you stay positive. Thinking positively can impact your health, overall success, and even your lifespan.


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