If you find it challenging to feel creative in your busy life, you’re not alone.
Turns out, if we don’t make space for those Eureka! moments, we may be missing a crucial part of the creative process called incubation. You can learn more about it in this enlightening (and short) article by Thai Nguyen.
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Thank you for passing on such good information. I find it to be so true in that our culture equates productivity with personal value…it’s all relative. My alone time is so valuable and I cherish it! 🙂