I think this is great idea many days my brain is on freeze.
Fitness Minutes: (3,836)
706 4/5/10 8:56 P
Great idea! Anything to help keep me sharp.
Fitness Minutes: (200,153)
8,004 4/5/10 8:14 P
I'd give a Brain Trainer a try, what the heck. I love doing the trivia challenge every day since even if my score isn't the greatest I am always learning something new. Any time you can add to your knowledge and retain all that information is a good thing. I pass on my little bits of knowledge to my son as random health info which he then pass along to his friends. Bring on the Brain Trainer since its a muscle that needs to be worked daily too.
Fitness Minutes: (37,948)
12,231 3/30/10 11:30 P
I don't have great success with the trivia every day, but I am game for this one!
Great Idea!!! It would also be great to have questions beginning from kindergarten level up to graduate level.
I get mental blocks sometimes with simple questions such as "1x1" or "What are the primary colors?". I guess we're just so used to dealing with more complicated problems at home or at work that we tend to forget the basics.
Fitness Minutes: (13,944)
845 3/1/10 12:00 P
Sounds like it might be fun.
3/1/10 11:18 A
ooohhH! that would be so great! Give me a sudoku every day and I promise to keep my brain in top shape!
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2,279 3/1/10 6:56 A
There are already so many daily challenges on the SparkPoints page that I hesitate to suggest another one. However, would it be possible to put in a wee brain trainer, along the lines of the Trivia questions. Spark Points concentrates on Nutrition and Fitness but I think that fitness of the brain ( see http://www.lumosity.com/) is also important - especially for Seniors and retired folk. Just a suggestion - I'd be interested to hear other views.