At a time when computers and technology dominate our world, our need to take it back a few steps can be overwhelming. Soon we won’t even need to use our brain to drive our cars, thanks to the development of self-driving cars.
It’s important that we keep our mind active and not to always rely on technology to do all the work, that’s why puzzles like this are important.
To keep my brain cells functioning as they should, I usually try to complete a crossword on a regular basis. I think it’s important to keep my mind active. It can be a great stress reliever to focus on something other than work for a change.
Check out the puzzle below and remember: most people get it wrong.
I try to make my children do the same, but they prefer to sit playing on their phones and iPads.
10 seconds is all you have
Recently, I have started to test my gray matter with picture puzzles. Some optical illusions can really be fascinating as well as fun. This challenge (below) is a bit easier!
Apparently, however, people get this test wrong on their first attempt. The task is to figure out how many letter Ds you can see in the image. The similar characters of the two letters are what makes it hard on the eyes!
To make it extra tricky, you only have 10 seconds to answer! How many Ds do you see?
So, keep in mind how many Ds you found in 10 seconds.