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Most people often say that boredom is such a curse. Especially when you're a student who gets tired of waiting during long breaks or if you spend your whole summer stuck at home because all your friends are on a trip without you. 

But did you know that origami challenges our minds which keeps our brain healthy as we age? This paper folding art helps us sharpen our memory, non-verbal thinking, attention, 3D comprehension, and imagination. (via origamispirit.com)

What are your favorite boredom busters? Tweet us @candymagdotcom!

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Pam Carlota
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Just a happy kid who strives for a "Hakuna Matata" kind of day.
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