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As you all may know, I have been on the question tag monthly post since last year December, where I get to interview other bloggers based on the niche of their blogs.
This post will completely be a different one because it features Anuli, who is a owns a motivational blog. You can check it out here.
I wasn’t able to come up with questions from the niche of her blog, and so I told her to send in any article that she will love to share on here; Anuli did not disappoint as she writes about getting through an uncreative phase.
Motivational Tag with Anuli of Krizteeyn
To be honest, I have been stuck in an abyss of uncreativity for a while now and it makes me feel really sad that I somehow let myself go through a phase of not being able to do something that I love but at the same time, it is not in our control how life decides to swing us
What I am most grateful for is the fact that I could do certain things that recreated that connection and I will be sharing them with you.
So here is: 5 Ways to Get Through an Uncreative Phase.
1| Read. I am a kind of person who finds the maximum amount of creativity in books. I try not to limit myself to specific genres and having the habit of just reading randomly and being inspired has helped me a lot. Imagination becomes more active while reading because there is an opening for your mind to play out so many scenarios and it just has a way of recharging my mind.
2| Plan. Planning has been my saving grace because giving myself a timeline for things helps my mind be active, it is a reminder for my mind to create to meet the demand I have placed for that time. I recently started a routine of writing down 3 important things I must achieve and I do this every day. This exercise allows me to set goals daily and puts a lot of things in perspective and prevents me from wasting time on the unnecessary.
3| Observe. This creates an awareness of your surroundings, and it helps you find inspiration. It also gives you an insight to people. It is like an opening to discover.
4| Positivity. It is very important to be surrounded constantly by positive energy and to have positive beliefs. It is a sure way to uplift your mind and get you out of a bad or unhappy situation.
5| Have Constructive Conversations. It is not advisable to have conversations that never add anything positive to you. Conversations that are not developing lower your mental capacity. It takes you having a constructive conversation to open your creative mind.
BONUS: Quiet time. I am a fan of quiet time. I love the opening you must realise, plan, and to put together a years’ worth of ideas and turn them into plans that you carry out. It is the best time a person can have.
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