Ever dream of a studio retreat where you can meditate, read, write, and create in solitude? Me, too. Studies show creating in solitude sparks productivity, builds mental strength, and encourages self-reflection. Our next home will have a studio retreat where I can write and create — sans the audible stream of Fortnite or Call of Duty blowing up my train of thought. Let’s start planning now, shall we? Let’s fantasize for a bit about studio design inspiration.
The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind.-Albert Einstein
Studio Design Inspiration
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Creative solitude in a quiet space provides us with the opportunity to think about our goals, progress, and changes we might want to make in our lives. It’s also linked to increased happiness, better life satisfaction, and improved stress management. So, whether your studio design inspiration is a she-shed, greenhouse, tiny home, airstream, or spare bedroom, I hope you find a way to spend a few minutes in a solitude today. Your well-being is depending on it. –xo
*Featured Image | The Nordroom
I hope each of the feel-good nuggets I share nudges you to manifest flow within your mind, body, and soul. And for future inspiration, be sure to bookmark and subscribe to Flow as new creative ideas are added often. Thanks for flowing with me, y’all. I’m crazy-happy you’re here.