• Memories
    Education,  Health

    How Backwards Walking Could Enhance Memory

    Have you ever wondered why so many tour guides who walk backward (those at museums, campuses, or art centers) are so great at recalling all of the data and stats? Surprisingly enough, their manner of walking is the leading cause of their great memory. According to new studies, reverse movement is linked with better recollection. If you want to put this theory to the test,next time you lose something, try retracing your movements in reverse or at least picturing doing so. Below is a brief analysis to understand how walking in reverse works to boost memory. The Science Recently, participants in a study were required to remember details of a…

  • Library
    Education,  Exploring,  Travel

    10 Of The Most Beautiful Libraries In The World

    Beyond books, libraries are edifices which stand as testaments to art and culture. From libraries containing renaissance art to those which possess medieval reading rooms, here are ten of the most beautiful libraries in the world you must visit. George Peabody Library, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore It’s Stack Room has a five-tier soaring atrium with wrought-iron balconies and columns. Containing British and American history and 18th and 19th Century archaeological volumes, the library attracts bibliophiles. Clementinum It is said that when the Jesuits started building this library in Prague in 1622, they had just one book; by the time the library was done, they had up to 20,000 volumes. This…