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Staying Creative in a Remote Work Environment

Many of today’s creative professionals are used to working in a space that is designed for maximum creativity: a comfortable setting, natural lighting, communal areas, and unique, personal touches all contribute to a space that keeps your creative mind not only active, but thriving.  So what happens when, say, a global pandemic hits and you’re […]

The Power of Intuition

Many of us place our trust in things we can see, touch, hear, taste, or smell. “These are the things,” we think, “that truly exist. This is reality.” It’s true that our senses connect us to the world in a very real and meaningful way (part of being present, after all, is being aware of […]

The Power of Being Fearless and Unattached

Fear is the creative’s worst enemy, which is why it comes up in a lot of our discussions here at Design.org. We’ve talked about insecurity and fear, reframing your fears, childhood fears, and how fear only exists in the mind—and that’s only the beginning. But today, I want to talk about fear from a slightly […]

The Power of Creating With Ease

As any creative professional will tell you, some creative jobs are harder than others. While creativity can flow easily and freely on one project, it might be severely stalled on another. Some people like to blame the difference on something uncontrollable: the terms of the project, or whether or not their muse is online on […]

The Power of Being Relaxed, Open, and Patient

Life is rarely easy. We all face challenges of one sort or another—illness, loss, fear, mental health challenges, financial distress, and so on. Even if you aren’t struggling with anything personal at the moment, the world in general seems to be in constant turmoil these days. The chaos and uncertainty of the world can be […]

Fake It Till You Make It

We’ve all heard the advice: fake it till you make it. The idea behind this adage is that pretending to think, feel, or act a certain way will cause you to actually think, feel, or act that way.  It seems impossibly simple, in a “too-good-to-be-true” way. Could pretending, essentially, create a new reality? The short […]

How to Reframe Your Fears

Of all the things that can hold you back from “creating happy” in your life, fear is the biggest one. Your fears, and how you handle them, can make all the difference in how you see and interact with the world. Your fears work against you: because of them, you might put off getting started, […]

Look Forward, Not Backward

When it comes down to it, most people I know want the same thing out of life: happiness. Everyone wants to be happy. We’ll all get there in different ways, but essentially, we all want the same thing. At Design.org, our focus is on helping you “create happy” in your life. We’re here to remind […]