What’s The Point of Meditation at Work

I’m no Buddhist or Zen monk, so, why meditation? Something will happen this week that will make you lose your balance. The point of meditation at work is to counter the impact of these unforeseen events from within. A coworker will say something, a colleague will do something, or won’t, a supervisor or team leader

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How to Break Your Creative Flow to Boost Creativity?

Sometimes to make something better we need to break it apart. Creativity is no different. As we all know and feel, our creative flow of comes under constant fire. The people around us, the demand of adult life, responsibilities and to-do-lists from which we don’t seem to get an ounce of inspiration, distractions, emotions, life

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Saying Yes to Yoga for Creativity

One of my weekly self-care rituals involves me, my mat, my block, my tablet and the guiding voice of Adriene. I show up to Yoga and it gives back to me. The value I gain from showing up, following the movements as best I can and listening to her inspirational words makes Yoga With Adriene

Self-Care Kits, Tips and Tricks for Creatives

This post was inspired by CrateJoy  self-care campaign #SelfCareSunday Let start with a bold statement: Self-care is crucial for creativity to flourish and more importantly, for the creator to endure and thrive despite the ups and downs of the creative process itself. The way we care for ourselves should be unique and authentic to our

3 Simple Steps to Avoid Feeling Lazy

Because at one time or another we have all felt lazy and sluggish. It’s important to remember that downtime is good for the mind and inspiration. We don’t have to actively engage in an activity or project all the time. But when that lazy feeling is making us feel uncomfortable, we should listen. According to