No Brainer Day

By definition, “No-brainer” is a term used to denote a problem that allegedly has a very easy solution obvious to all. The term originated in engineering jargon, but grew in popularity during the 1990s and 2000s, and is now common in business environments.  It’s basically anything that requires little or no thought. Therefore, today is the day for doing simple, “no brainer” tasks and activities. If a project requires thinking, study, or analysis of any kind, then it’s not the chore to do today. I know it’s a challenge, but I’ll make it easy on you by providing no learning links today – just enjoy catching up on some simple stuff. 😉

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