Feed Your Brain in 15 Minutes A Day

You’re curious. You have always loved learning. Being a mom, especially to a demanding baby, can be mind numbing. Some days you go all day without an adult conversation, you watch more TV than you want, and you’re embarrassed about how much time you spend scrolling through social media feeds because all the baby wants to do is nurse. We’ve all been there. What happened to the woman who read interesting books and was always expanding her world view? Now all you think about is how much sleep you are not getting and you talk about poop more than you ever thought possible. Your brain feels like mush. It turns out there is a solution to “mom brain” that only requires a smart phone and 15 minutes a day. If you could continue learning and boost your brain power with your phone instead of letting social media suck the life out of you, wouldn’t you do it? 

Junk For Your Brain


We spend too much time mindlessly scrolling through social media when we get a minute to ourselves. That is bad for your brain! Studies show there are negative effects like less self control, less independent thought, and lower self-esteem. Of course you want to stay connected with friends and family, but feeding your brain the junk from your social media feeds all day long is the equivalent of feeding your body fast food all day long. You need to nourish your mind!

Blinkist for Your Brain


Admit it, you are already on your smartphone or tablet all day long. Be honest with yourself and think about how much time you spend glancing at nonsense on your phone or tablet. Change that bad habit today with Blinkist!

Blinkist was created by four friends who love to read and learn, yet found it challenging to do so once their careers after college took off. Any mom can relate to this as well. You might be incredibly interested in child psychology, economics, or politics (real political info, not the made up crap your racist uncle posts on Facebook) but you cannot imagine in your wildest dreams having time to read nonfiction books on these topics to take in the knowledge you crave. Isn’t it easier to just scroll through editorials online or look at social media? NOPE! Not with Blinkist. Blinkist makes it possible to learn new information about virtually any topic that excites you in about 15 minutes a day, and it all happens on your smartphone. You can exchange the time waster of social media with rich, brain food from Blinkist and you will see a positive change in your life immediately.

Here is how it works:

  • Blinkist distills nonfiction books into key insight summaries you can read in 15 minutes.
  • There are over 1,800 titles to choose from, and the topics are broad.
  • Just download the app and pick your plan and you can read or listen to any of these summaries in 15 minutes a day.

Just trading one break in your day where you would scroll through your Twitter feed with a Blinkist summary will allow you to feed your brain in a way you didn’t think possible in your modern, busy life. If you are looking to build your professional skills and resume, just pick books on topics that you need in your professional life. Feeling like you’ve only been hearing viewpoints on people who feel like you do? Open your mind to new viewpoints by choosing titles you wouldn’t normally consider.

What do you have to lose? It is just 15 minutes in your day. Listen to a Blinkist summary when you’re nursing or on the ride to work after you drop the kids off at school. Here are the subscription options. They offer a 30 day, money back, no questions asked guarantee. If you hate it, cancel. But you won’t hate it and your brain will thank you for it every single day.

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Take control of what you let inside your mind. It is the only one you get, and you need to take care of it. You don’t need hours alone in a quiet room to learn new things. You don’t need to study in a stuffy library to acquire new knowledge or skills. You need a smartphone and 15 minutes to kill. Anyone using social media regularly has both of those and can easily trade 15 minutes on Instagram for 15 minutes of learning with Blinkist. Fight “mom brain” and feed your mind with Blinkist. No matter how busy you are, it is possible to never stop learning!

Do you want to improve your relationship with social media? Here are 20 Tips for a Positive Relationship with Social Media.

References: 5 Weird Negative Effects of Social Media on Your Brain

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Kristen

Kristen lives in Alabama with her handsome hubby and sweet son. Happily, she left behind the life of a Washington D.C. attorney to be a stay at home mama in the south. Her days are filled with writing, photography, and dance parties with her son. On a mission to use her life to love God and love others, you will also find her fiercely working on the many causes near and dear to her heart. She gets it all done thanks to Jesus, chai tea, dark chocolate, and wine.

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