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Draw a Map from Memory

Draw a Map from Memory

If you visit a new place, you can try to visualize your way back home in your mind without looking at a map. You can do this by trying to recall the milestones or landmarks that come in your path home. 

This will help you in sharpening your memory a great deal.  

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