After a long day at work we all just want to kick back and relax, unwind our brain and let it wonder away. We usually do this in front of our computer, watching some movie, doing some late-night shopping or just clicking on the endless newsfeed on our Facebook page. Whatever you do, you’re most certainly not relaxing your brain, but you’re actually boring it to death.
Instead of watching a movie you should try some online puzzles, they may seem annoying but they’re quite stimulating for the brain, helping it to stay sharp.
Different parts of the brain will be exercised depending on what kind of puzzle you choose. Crossword puzzles challenge the language and memory areas while jigsaw puzzles provide exercise for the parietal lobes.
If you don’t have a jigsaw puzzle at hand you can try some online crossword puzzles and we’ve got just the perfect one for you. The following puzzle is a bit tricky and many have complained that it’s impossible to solve. But maybe you can do it with ease, what do you think? To solve this puzzle you need to look for a trick word, can you find it?
To solve this puzzle, you need to look at the block of text and try to find your name. Although it may be frustrating, the answer is very simple. Give it a go and tell us if you’ve found it?
Can’t find it? Don’t worry, you’re not alone, the majority of people said they can’t find it either. You want to hear the solution? Don’t scroll all the way down until you’re completely sure you want to give up. You want to know the answer? Here it is:
You were supposed to look for your name right? Well most people try to find their name, spending a lot of time starring at the screen, searching for it and eventually getting frustrated, but the answer is really simple. You weren’t instructed to find your name but to look for the phrase “YOUR NAME” instead. Why don’t you look at the picture again now and see how easy this puzzle really is. It’s meant to stimulate your brain to think a bit out of the box and involve their brain in something other than watching a movie or refreshing their Facebook newsfeed.