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  • Marbles: The Brain Store

    Brain Benefits of Working Puzzles. No matter what your age, puzzles are very good for your brain. Putting a puzzle together calls upon many cognitive skills, providing you with a great brain work out. Read more at Marbles the brain blog. http://www.marblesthebrainstore.com/blog/2012/11/12/4616/

  • Alyssa Holloway

    The Grocery Cart Challenge: 10 Ways To Reuse It: Old Puzzle Pieces

  • Heather Vo

    Puzzle swap - great party idea!

  • Andrew Mullen

    How nice would it be on a rainy day to turn off the tv, turn off the cell phone, unplug the home phone, grab a puzzle and your favorite soft drink and sit on the kitchen table. Maybe turn on some nice country music if your me or choose your own relaxing hits. For once, let your mind relax as you figure out your new puzzle that you just took out of the box.

  • dolly mcphillips

    JIGSAWS,,,GLASS OF POP OR CUP OF MOCHA,,, TV REMOTE HANDY,, PHONE LAYING CLOSE,, SOFT CUSHION ON CHAIR AND LAZE THE DAY AWAY PUTTING PUZZLE TOGETHER ETC....

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