It doesn’t matter what kind of art you do. Whether you’re a visual artist, a writer, a musician, or anything in between and beyond. Staying insulated is going to keep you severed not only from the wider world and the opportunities it offers. It’s going to keep you isolated from your own potential. Here, you’ll learn just why a community is vital to any creative.
How many of us start the year feeling like we’ve gone a bit crazy over the festive period? When it’s Christmas, there’s food and drink aplenty, and we throw caution to the wind, and fill our boots. There’s nothing wrong with enjoying yourself over the festive period. But don’t try and counteract it with a crash diet in January. Yes, you may lose weight quickly. But you might also be doing your body serious harm. You’re also likely to gain weight again once you’ve returned to your normal diet. If you’re preparing to fight the festive bulge in the New Year, here are some sensible and sustainable ways you can lose weight.
No matter what we do, some relationships are destined to come to an end. Even if there is a lot of love between the couple, there can often be many external factors that pull them apart. But there are also times when the love simply disappears. If the relationship has been a long one, this can be particularly difficult to deal with. Here are some important tips that will help you survive the breakup process.
Taking care of your mental health is absolutely crucial if you’re going to live a happy, healthy life. Many people neglect their mental health until it’s too late, and they need special treatment to get them back to where they want to be. Here’s how you take care of your mental health in 5 steps:
If you have experienced a period of illness, depression or an injury, you will know that it is hard to get back into your normal routine. Habits are easy to form and hard to break. So although you might have had a healthy routine before, it hasn’t been your routine for the past however long. Your muscles can atrophy meaning that they lose tone and strength. So even the smallest of things can tire you out more than normal. There are steps that you can take, though, to get back into a routine smoothly.
The majority of people enjoy heading to the pub on a Friday night for a couple of drinks. However, while a couple of pints or a cocktail or two once a week isn’t going to kill you, alcohol can be incredibly bad for your body. Of course, that’s only if you overindulge and drink a lot of alcohol on a regular basis. The truth is that while going for a couple of drinks every so often won’t harm you, if you drink every day alcohol will start to have an impact on your health.
Health is key to life, right? We need to keep our bodies in good condition to carry on living our lives.
So why do we make decisions that put it in danger? Why do we gorge on bad food? Why do we speed in our cars? Why don’t we exercise?
Being creative is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration. To get good, it needs to be your life and your vocation. You need to be practicing all the time. That is why you need to organize your life and your home around your creative passion. Then you will have the opportunity and inspiration to always be working on your projects, even if you’re not sat in the studio, with a paintbrush in your hand.
Here’s a list of the most important things that our bodies need.
Purpose: Provide energy
Carbohydrates are the body’s main energy source and the brain’s only source of fuel. Your body breaks carbohydrates down into glucose, which cells require to create energy.
Due to health concerns and obesity scares, more and more people are taking to the kitchen and cooking their own meals as opposed to heading out to eat or binging on cheap fast food. It’s a great sign—cooking can be a fun experience, and the ability to control whatever goes into your food gives people peace of mind and they can eat freely without worrying about what additives and chemicals are added to their meals.