As it’s Sunday, a short but sweet, and hopefully entertaining, diversion for you today,
You may know that I often write about the happiness-building potential of learning new things.
It can help to build a healthy sense of inquisitiveness in you, stops you getting bogged down in a rut, and gives you a sense of achievement when you’ve acquired a new piece of knowledge.
So it’s rather good to know that there’s a secret little way to use Google if you like the idea of learning but don’t have a whole lot of time.
Simply type “I’m feeling curious” into Google. (“Fun facts” works, too. And you don’t need the quotation marks.)
It’ll then serve you up with a random question and answer, and make it easy for you to get another.
True. And fun.
Give it a try, and if you feel so inclined, please share something fun you’ve discovered, in the comments section.
I just found out, for example, that $20 in US quarters weighs a pound, and that there are around 1.5 billion cattle in the world.