Articles Tagged: <span>learning</span>
How Observing Art Improves Creativity
When it really comes down to it, the best way to improve your creativity is to create. Do the work, put in the time, don’t be afraid to fail, and just try. The more you create, the more creative you will be. That said, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t other, more passive ways to […]
What is Emotional Resilience?
Life is hard. We all face various challenges throughout our lives. We go through times of mild hardship, severe distress, and everything in between. Whether or not we face these hard times is not in doubt—we will face them. What is less predetermined, however, is how we respond to the challenges presented to us. One […]
How to Not Be Bored
As a parent, one of the most frustrating things I can hear from my kids is “I’m bored.” It’s concerning to be in a house full of toys, games, electronics, bikes, skateboards, and more (all of which you paid for, by the way) and have your kids insist that there’s “nothing to do.” The reality is, […]
How to Know When It’s Time to Let Go of an Idea
Our ideas and beliefs shape who we are. They guide our actions, set our mindsets, lead us to people who share our same ideologies, and so on. But it’s important to remember that people change—and their ideas change, too. This is healthy and good. Humans need to grow, learn, and adapt. Some of those changes […]
What Do Our Best and Worst Relationships Teach Us?
When I look back on my life, some of the things that jump out at me the most are the relationships I had at different periods in my life: with my sister when I was really young, with my friends in college, and even with a couple girlfriends. From my mother to my wife, and […]