Why I’m Back at Lumosity :-)

A few years ago, I posted this review about Lumosity, a popular brain-training site. 

After I posted that review at My Real Life Reviews, I continued with the program for just over a year.

I found it helpful and saw a definite improvement in my brain functioning overall.

But what I didn’t enjoy at that time was the same games showing up for my training sessions, again and again and again. I wrote to Lumosity customer service about this issue a couple of times and was assured by them that they were working on several new games and that they would be available to their members in the near future.

But that didn’t happen as quickly as I hoped and after a while, I got to a point that I was so bored by the repetition of these same games and gave up my membership.

But in the past few months, I had been thinking about giving Lumosity another try and I’m so glad that I did.

They have added a LOTS of new and fun games to their program and it is far from boring, doing workouts there again. Three training sessions a week is recommended for optimal results but you can workout every day if you like and play your fav games as much as you want too.

I’m addicted to: Trouble Brewing, right now and usually play that one every day and more than once too. 😉

If you haven’t given Lumosity a try or are just curious to find out more, visit their site here. It is a very popular web-stop with millions of members around the world.

And if they continue to keep up with adding new games and programs as seems to be the case now, I plan to be a member for a long time to come. 🙂

Check out the trial offers (I got 2 weeks free when I started), single and family membership rates and also retail promo discount codes online to get even a better price.

I paid less than $80 for me and Joe to use the program for a year (family rate plus a promo code I found online) and I consider that a bargain for what you get.

We all want to keep our brains sharp and working at full potential.

Lumosity is a great way to improve overall brain function and to see ongoing and significant results in this area.

Happy Brain Training! 🙂  

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6 responses

  1. Reblogged this on My Poetic Path and commented:

    Lumosity, have you given it a try? 😉

  2. I’ve tried Lumosity, i’m not very sure if it works though. It claims to ‘ improve your brain’, but do you actually feel any difference after you play Lumosity?

  3. Yes I do, Memoirs.

    If it doesn’t equate into feeling more alert, reacting quicker, seeing improvement in memory etc…it wouldn’t be worth the time or money. But overall, I’ve seen significant improvement. I’m sorry you didn’t find it helpful too.

  4. I like Lumosity too. They have added a lot of new games now and that’s good. I was getting bored previously with the same ones showing up, big improvement now.

  5. Sounds like a good thing. 🙂

  6. The new games are really great Joe, I agree. I’m so glad we signed up again. 😉

    IS a good thing Kev, you should check it out!

    Happy Weekend, G

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