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Synonyms for daydream

fantasy

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Synonyms for daydream

to experience dreams or daydreams

Synonyms for daydream

have dreamlike musings or fantasies while awake

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Recent research suggests that work-related daydreams may serve as a central feature of a highly personalized qualitative career assessment strategy grounded in the narrative approach (Pisarik, Rowell, & Currie, 2013).
Their daydreams are more intense and they may not respond or hear you if you call their name.
It is a technique used by many celebrities, sporting heroes and business leaders - inventor Tim Berners-Lee claims he came up with the concept of the internet in a daydream.
Daydreams have many benefits, helping you rehearse conversations, visualize every step in a process, see the big picture, boost energy and motivation by what you can envision for yourself, and build empathy by imagining how other people feel, Fries says.
The idea is to make as much as you can with a 1p win accumulator (as this is a daydream, bookmakers accept 1p bets, with no limits on winnings).
They concluded that, "understanding the dilemmas of others and the resolutions possible can be very instructive for someone who feels stuck and alone" and that, "guided imagery and daydreams are method[s] for discovering rich social comparison data" (p.
It has long been recognized that personal daydreams about ourselves have relevance for career planning and are a relatively good predictor of vocational choice (Brown & Brooks, 1991; Touchton & Magoon, 1977; Yanico, 1981).
95% of women enjoy daydreaming for at least 15 minutes a day l 13% daydream for seven hours or more per week l One in four (26%) daydream in the bath l One in five (21%) daydream in boring meetings or at work l 17% find that music helps influence daydreams l The same number (17%) find that smells influence what they daydream about l 50% yearn for more money with the favourite daydream being winning the lottery l 26% daydream of being on an exotic holiday
NEARLY half of all women regularly slip into sexual or romantic daydreams while going about their daily chores, according to new research.
Perspectives of college students dreams and daydreams were reported and compared.
Tomorrow has a distressing habit of catching up with daydreams about it.
She collected daydreams as they fell from the branches of the hemlock tree outside the laboratory, 1992, consisted of two beakers on a small, double-shelved, steel table.
ATHERE'S no age limit to either crushes or daydreams.
The survey, commissioned by National Lottery organiser Camelot, found almost half of British adults believe daydreams can come true and say they can promote health and well-being.