Even if you just do the first three suggestions, you will be ahead of the pack.
Activities to add – and delete – in your morning routine to start the day right.
A tech sabbath is a period of time in which you do not engage with technology. Committing to a twice-daily tech sabbath is ideal for a balanced life.
It’s not in my nature to stick to a habit. Here’s how I did.
There is an ebb and flow to creative work. The trick is being ready for when you’re not feeling inspired.
Creating for the sake of creating. You know, having to create stuff because you have to, not because you want to. Ugh.
Photo by ideacreamanuelaPps I’m going to level with you: I’ve got nothing to write today. Not a single thing. So why are you still reading? You’re probably thinking that I’m going to turn this into a lesson of some sort, but that’s just the thing: I can’t. Because I can’t think of a single thing… Read more
Photo by khalid almasoud What do you do in the morning that inspires you? Creativity depends on hard-nosed routines, but also needs to be inspired on a regular basis. I’m definitely a morning person, so a lot of my inspiration comes in the AM. Here are a few things I do to ensure I’m getting… Read more
Photo by Pear Biter I’m typing this post from the porch sunny Sacramento ranch. My fiancee is a bridesmaid in a wedding, and I was lucky enough to tag along for the ride. A peacock is nonchalantly grazing not three feet from me, and I’m sitting next to a babbling brook typing away, amazed at… Read more
photo credit: Peter Smile Mornings used to be one of the low points of my day. Long story short: I’m not a very graceful person in the morning. A friend of mine has a saying that I’ll adapt: I don’t even believe in God until around 10 am. In college I used to wake up… Read more
Variety is the spice of life. No one can deny that. There’s a book out there that shows that if you’re looking for satisfaction in routines, you’re probably not going to find it. One of these books is Satisfaction: The Science of Finding True Fulfillment by Gregory Burns, a professor of psychology at Emory. His… Read more