When you finally reach retirement age, when it comes to the mind, it’s a matter of “use it or lose it.” That’s why experts suggest doing puzzles and brainteasers to keep the mind sharp. What they don’t tell you is how addicting they can become.
Almost two years ago to the day, I confessed an addiction to a game called Jumble. I’m sorry to report that not only am I still addicted, but there is now another game that takes up the other 50% of my every waking moment. It’s called 7 Little Words.
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