- Steven Woda
Why Being Sleepy and Drunk Are Great for Creativity | Wired Science | Wired.com
The stupor of alcohol, like the haze of the early morning, makes it harder for us to ignore those unlikely thoughts and remote associations that are such important elements of the imagination. So the next time you are in need of insight, avoid caffeine and concentration. Don’t chain yourself to your desk. Instead, set the alarm a few minutes early and wallow in your groggy thoughts. And if that doesn’t work, chug a beer.
This is an interesting article about how the brain works. Looking for inspiration? It can come at very unexpected times!