Phrase of the Day (have one’s head in the clouds)-14JUN21

Phrase of the Day (have one's head in the clouds)-14JUN21

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is “have one’s head in the clouds” and its meaning is “be daydreaming, think about something (e.g. an idea, aim, goal, etc) that is impractical”.

Example Sentence: Far from a waste of time, daydreaming might be one of the best things you can do with your free time… Using daydreaming as mental rehearsal can do more than just hone job performance. Research has shown that imagining scenarios as visual scenes can provide a boost in mood to people suffering from major depression… Sometimes it pays off to have your head in the clouds.

Phrase of the Day (have one's head in the clouds)-14JUN21

This phrase is present in The New York Times article Don’t Take Your Head Out of the Clouds! and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The New York Times

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