Last week I went to the Harvard Boathouse to row for a while and I found a funny banner addressing to Harvard students that says:
My experience is that my brain works better after rowing a few miles everyday. In spite of the fact that my arms tremble while holding the book I'm reading because of the effort you have to make in every rowing stroke.
Some days, when it's not very hot, I read for a while besides the Charles River. Actually, yesterday I spent a couple of hours reading in this bench by Charles River. Although, It was sunny (but Google images just threw my this winter picture...).
I've just finished the book How Customers Think, by Gerald Zaltman, and I strongly recommend to reed it. An today I will start with: