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

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Scoop

Scoop3 min read
Japanese Art Of Nature
Japanese art is celebrated for being unique, understated and beautiful – and their garden designs are no exception. In Japan, gardens are seen as their own work of art, inspired by nature, philosophy and life itself. Japanese people avoid using anyth
Scoop2 min read
I can’t count the times I’ve walked this path. It’s my secret place, a little haven of complete silence. That’s what I like about it, you know? The silence. It’s as if I’m the only person on Earth; apart from the intruding foxes of course. They don’t
Scoop2 min read
GUEST EDITOR David Roberts
How did you become an artist? I failed everything at school except for art and religious education. I didn’t want to be an arty vicar ! So at sixteen I went to art school to do a foundation course where you try out many different art practices like