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What Does Silence, Rest and Solitude Have to do with Creativity?

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.

This entry was posted in: Inspiration


Kudos & love for: design, creativity, innovative thinking. A bit about "seena." It's a family nickname and I often use it interchangeably with my given name, forgetting that those who don't know me personally might be confused. For example, my Twitter handle is @seenayoung, but the blog is Christina Lorraine Young. My Etsy shop is StudioSeena. Christina or seena... it's all me!


  1. sskova says

    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! 🙂

  2. Pingback: What's Your Creativity Type? | The Psych Scrivener

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