We’ve all heard the words: home is where the heart is.
However for most of us, home has become a trap. A comfort trap, someplace we look forward to everyday simply to do nothing.
For those of us eager for change in our loves, this has become a huge problem. We no longer look around our rooms for inspiration or motivation, as we should. Instead, it’s become a daily reminder that today will be just the same as yesterday.
And if we don’t change the environment we live in, how can we hope to change at all?
But how do we turn out workplace into an inspiration, a playground for ideas to blossom from? A place for our inner child to go crazy and let loose?
The good news is, it’s an easy and fun change.
Tip #1 – Add Something Different
It’s been a while since something different found itself on your table but you’d be surprised with the impact it has. Something that’s never been there before can be your constant reminder that things/people can change.
Tip #2 – Keep A Journal Handy
We’re writers, content creators, artists, visionaries etc. We’re fishermen waiting in the water for an idea to swim by. Could be a million dollar idea or a five minute burst of energy. Whatever it is, jump at it and write it down quickly. Ideas are slippery suckers.
Tip #3 – Remove Distracting Items
This goes without saying. We’re trying to condition ourselves to become more productive in order to create something beautiful. We must remove any reminders of bad habits we have or distracting items that can draw our attention and make us procrastinate. Removing the bad habits in your life will make way for the good ones.
Tip #4 – Take A Break
Breaks are important. Working the whole day online; blogging, researching, reading, connecting with your readers, is not easy and without a break, you’ll end up working less efficiently or worse, giving up. I’d recommend a stress ball or Rubik’s Cube on your table just to take a 10-minute break and zone out.
Tip #5 – Have Water/Snacks Handy
I can’t even begin to tell you the importance of more water in your daily schedule. Strictly from a mental perspective, water improves concentration and cognition. It also helps balance your moods and emotions and helps maintain memory function. Keep a bottle handy and some healthy snacks handy to improve the quality of your work.
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