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Studio Inspiration

Ever dream of a secret space where you can meditate, read, write, and create in solitude? Me, too. Solitude is such a gift. And studies show it sparks creativity and productivity, builds mental strength, and encourages self-reflection. Although most of us retreat to a spare bedroom or home office for our few quiet moments, we can still fantasize about studio design inspiration. Here are some creative ideas to get our juices flowing.

The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind.

-Albert Einstein

Studio Design Inspiration

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Quiet space provides an opportunity to think about our goals, progress, and changes we might want to make in our lives. Studies show the ability to tolerate alone time has been linked to increased happiness, better life satisfaction, and improved stress management. Being alone helps us become more comfortable in our own skin. And that helps us develop more insight into who we are as human beings.

The Flow-Down

Personally, I crave solitude. I try to set aside thirty minutes each day to be alone with my thoughts. It’s the perfect way to reset after a day in the life of COVID-19. Try to incorporate some quiet time into your day. It might become one of the most important tools in your wellness game plan.

I hope each of the feel-good nuggets I share gently nudges you to create some positive habits — to manifest a simpler, happier life. And when you need lifestyle + wellness inspiration, I’ll be here — thrilled to share everything I’ve learned with you. Thanks for hanging with me, y’all. I’m crazy-happy you’re here. ♡

Breathe. Visualize. And find your flow.

Feature Image: Amanda Wather

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