Dreams are the best show in town. Here's why you should write them down

There is little scientific research into the benefits of dream journaling, but those who make it a practice find it useful or insightful at best, and interesting at the very least.

It has been my dream for years to host "Saturday Night Live." Literally. I've repeatedly had that dream, going back decades.

I have traveled to space, back in time and turned into a superhero. I've been close friends with many celebrities. I've created new memories with friends and family, some deceased. I have committed terrible crimes. And I've saved the day, repeatedly.

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