Are your daily habits holding your creativity back? Do you try to be creative each day? Can you focus your energy on your creative projects?
It’s not always easy. Creativity needs a daily routine. Finding creative success is about building good, daily habits.
You need to foster habits that you are comfortable with and fit into your personality. These habits become foundations for your daily routine and impact your overall health. Imagine practicing habits that not only improve your creativity but keep you healthy too!
A few months ago I realized the best way for me to improve my art was to make drawing a habit. I dreaded the idea. I know practice makes perfect, but I really didn’t think I could commit to daily drawing.
Then one day I picked up the pencil and started drawing. Day 1.
Then the next. Day 2.
And the next. Nothing extravagant, twenty minutes. Maybe half an hour if I was lucky.
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