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How Taking a Walk Resets Your Creativity

Some days, creativity comes easy. Other days, not so much. Every creative has had those moments when it feels like the creative juices just aren’t flowing, or your muse decided to call it quits early. During these moments, it’s important to know how to reset your creativity so that you can let go of the […]

Creativity Is a Lifelong Endeavor

Too many people treat creativity as though it were a fixed trait, like height or eye color. They think, “Either I’m creative, or I’m not.” This leads to two big problems: (1) people who don’t think they are creative believe they never will be, and (2) people who are creative take their creativity for granted. […]

How Your Physical Health Impacts Your Mental Health

Anyone who has struggled with mental health can tell you that mental health issues often take a toll on your physical health. Depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders can contribute to fatigue, excessive weight gain/loss, and more—not to mention taking away motivation to exercise, eat well, or care for your body in other ways. […]

5 Mental Exercises to Try When You’re Creatively “Stuck”

Feeling creatively “stuck” is remarkably frustrating. Whether you need to tap into your creativity for work, or just want to enjoy yourself and stretch your creative muscles, that creative burnout can really be a buzzkill. At Design.org, we believe in training yourself to think thoughts that will lead you to creativity and happiness. (It’s why […]