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      Cool Prospective Memory Training Tip

      Here's a cool idea I'd like to share for training prospective memory. I took Stephen Laberge's lists from his book ETWOLD, and made them into desktop wallpapers, so that I can frequently remind myself to remember.

      For those who are new to the concept - prospective memory is remembering to do a future event (remembering to remember). It's a great aid to lucidity if you're trying to do DILD, MILD, mantras, and reality checks.

      Here is what it looks like:

      I did one for each day of the week. The goal is to do a reality check each time the listed events happen. If you want to make your own, here is a post which has Laberge's lists for each day:

      Thanks for reading and hope it's helpful.
      Last edited by Hilary; 08-20-2014 at 06:56 AM.
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