Articles Tagged: <span>burnout</span>

3 Signs You Need More Creativity in Your Life

Everyone can benefit from creativity. Not just artists and musicians, but accountants, lawyers, parents, pastors, and literally (literally) everyone else. But no matter how many times I say that, I always get someone who argues otherwise. They might think that they just aren’t a creative person, that their job doesn’t require creativity, or that creativity […]

How to Slow Down (and Be Happier)

We live in a go, go, go world. When I ask people how they’re doing, do you know what the answer I get the most is? “Busy.” Everyone seems to always be doing something. And a lot of people wear their “busy” label as a badge of honor. But busy doesn’t always mean productive, purposeful, […]

5 Mental Exercises to Try When You’re Creatively “Stuck”

Feeling creatively “stuck” is remarkably frustrating. Whether you need to tap into your creativity for work, or just want to enjoy yourself and stretch your creative muscles, that creative burnout can really be a buzzkill. At Design.org, we believe in training yourself to think thoughts that will lead you to creativity and happiness. (It’s why […]

How to Know If You’re Suffering From Creative Burnout (And What to Do About It)

No matter how much you might love doing something, the chances are good that you’re going to have some days when you just don’t feel like doing it. This is true for our professional and personal lives: those days when you come this close to leaving your job, or throw down your paintbrush in frustration because […]