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Hey guys!! This weeks post has been inspired by Transport for London, ironic because I always complain about the train services (well mainly southern trains). One of the things I love about London is the transport system ( its one of the best in the world 🌍).
I love how you can get about so easily. underground trains are fast and very consistent. My favorite line is Victoria line mainly because I’m on it all the time and also because it’s the cleanest IMO (😭😭😭😭😭😭). But yes let me know what you think, I also share some times on overcoming creativity block.
(The train is approaching, please stand behind the yellow line)
Do something different.
This always works for me, I change my routine and do something different. So i change my route to work, buy a new bed sheet (usually something colorful), go for coffee on my own and brain storm. I know this might sound drastic but even changing how your bed room looks like moving things around. There are other things you could do like listening to new music, trying new food. This is because sometime routines can make us feel stuck and I for one get bored very easily.
Feed your mind.
So read books, research [about anything really but make sure it’s beneficial], be careful what you listen to and what you say to yourself, make sure it’s positive. We feel stuck or demotivated because we are not challenging ourselves, so CHALLENGE YOURSELF.
Speak to fellow creatives
Talk about ideas and literally bounce off each other’s ideas. This is not a “what can I get off this persons situation” it is like brain storming but with creatives. It will help stimulate ideas.
Cluttered mind ???
Usually it’s very hard to be creative when your mind is cluttered, sometimes we have some many things going, So spending time meditating can help.
Build/Train your creative muscle..
So this can be a series of activities of things that you do daily to keep your mind open to ideas, find what yours is. One of mine is journaling my ideas, it is literally an outlet for what goes on in my head, also I’m always creating mood boards, again this is to stimulate ideas.
So simply do nothing, focus on other things. I do this often and random ideas will pop up.
All images shot by Jo (Find her on instagram).