Who knew exercise was helpful?
I only just realised - your physical health is the foundation for your emotions and your higher thinking. WHY DIDN'T ANYONE TELL ME? Way to keep it a secret, guys. I could've really used this knowledge like 20 years ago. But hey - I just caught up! Here's where I'm at: If I don't prioritise my physical wellbeing, my emotions and mind suffer. It's so simple that I feel like an idiot for not comprehending this sooner in my life. I have been exercising regularly for a few years
Today, I learnt about a tool called "Inevitability Thinking". In essence, it makes the completion of your goals become inevitable. Kinda rad, am I right? As a compulsive goal setter and list maker, I often find myself with so much to focus on that some things can slip through the cracks. What intrigued me about inevitability thinking is that once you put the steps in motion, you don't really have to think about what to do to achieve your goal anymore. You just will! Inevitabi
How to lift your painting game instantly.
The most important thing I ever learnt about painting was one of the most obvious - using a flat palette and palette knife. As a self-taught artist, this took me years to figure out. So I was probably pretty behind the 8-ball with this one. Which is exactly why I thought I'd share this with you all! Just in case there's anyone else out there like me being a noob. Now, I used to use one of those bumpy palettes with all the little wells and grooves in them for separating all yo
Don't wait until you're ready.
Waiting for the right time doesn't work. Waiting until you feel ready, or comfortable, doesn't work. Waiting until everything is perfect doesn't work. I mean heck, maybe that's worked for you, but it definitely doesn't work for me. Back in my younger years, I was quite the perfectionist. I didn't want to launch a website until it was perfect, or exhibit a painting until my skills were perfect. The problem with this is, that if your taste level is higher than your skill level,