We spend around thirty-five per cent of our day lost in thought – daydreaming, imagining scenarios and stories in our heads. Some of these daydreams can be a blissful escape from mundane life and often our minds wander to imagining brilliant things like a wizard riding a unicorn, who swoops into your

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