After years of compulsive shopping, my solution didn’t cost me a cent – mindfulness.
Have you seen the movie “Confessions of a Shopaholic”?
It’s a film about a typical girl who is obsessed with buying things, finds her Prince Charming and quits the bad habit of spending every cent on her credit cards.
As glamorous as the movies make it seem, I can tell you that being addicted to shopping is no way a fun experience.
As I find my way through life, I’ve realized that the issues we experience are not here to ruin us, but to show us that we can go beyond our borders and discover even more pleasure.
Couple of years ago, I went through one of the most difficult periods in my life, since my marriage reached the point where it was clear that divorce was the only reasonable solution. The whole process ended fast, and before I even realized it, I became a single father with two young sons.
I felt I was lost in a huge lack of self-confidence and a feeling of confusion. Since my sons were pretty young, I never expected that their positive mindset and attitude would actually wake me up and completely refresh my life, but that’s what happened.
Ever felt your brain just won’t work?
You’re sitting in your home office, ready to do something creative, but the ideas just won’t come.
Whether it’s your hobby or your profession, there are times when creativity really matters. And, while creativity truly is a personal matter, there are universal ways to enhance it. This is especially true when it comes to providing an environment that inspires and improves your creativity.
Furthermore, working in a home office makes these work environment changes more possible and customizable since you can adapt the space in a manner that completely suits your needs, which is an opportunity you shouldn’t miss. To do this successfully, here are some useful tips on how to design your home office in a way that will benefit your creative abilities at any time.