Clues to Youse 3

Clues to Youse 3

First Rule: Be curious If your mind asks questions, you will continue to learn. For instance: How do I win this game? How is work? Or, What if you had to make up your own life, What would that look like? If you could only do three activities in life, what would you choose? Will

Clues to Youse 2

Clues to Youse 2

Clues to Youse Two Imagine Feeling Fully Alive! Most of us have experienced that feeling. Even for a moment. Too often, it’s a fleeting experience. And returning to that feeling may not be as easy as we hoped. But what if it was a Game? The Game of Feeling Fully Alive on Demand And you

Clues to Youse

Imagine Feeling Joy on Demand! What does that look like? Even just a part of it? Experiment: Studies in neuroscience reveal that our brains release a feel-good chemical when we eat, are physically active, experience nature, listen to our favorite music or are engaged in what we love to do like a hobby. Certain thought

A Sweet Path to Math

Do you remember when you dreaded walking into your next class? It may have felt a little like placing yourself into jail—you knew the time in that room was going to be very slow and painful. For too many, math was that class. It no longer has to be that way. We challenged the premise

5th Anniversary Celebration of the Kuriosity Lab

What else is behind the Curtain? Come join us to find out and celebrate at the same time. There will be food, wine and live music! AND Surprises and Gifts for All When: Thursday, February 15th When: 7 pm @ 8:30 pm Space is truly limited: RSVP Petra@kuriositylab.org

How do you learn best?

How do you learn best?

Ready for a simple question that everyone should know like what your favorite color or food is. But of the 500+ people of all ages I have asked: no one does. And it can be the difference between failing a class or getting an excellent grade. Not knowing can have another negative consequence by being

An Experiment with a Smile

After a cup of coffee, I started walking to the library to work. With music blasting through my earphones, a smile moved onto my face. A rather dour looking woman was approaching, and as she neared, her face transformed into a responding smile. She thought I was smiling at her. Inadvertent or not, it felt

Getting OLD? What Kind?

Sometimes when you are young, you want to be older. Most people I know get old before they get old. On the other hand, I have seen 80 year olds who were younger–way younger–than some 16 year olds. So, it seems that there are at least two kinds of “old.” One, where you have enough