These are 5 ways to not be overwhelmed by the world after lockdown. If you haven’t found yourself struck by a persistent push out of your comfort zone during these lockdown periods consider yourself lucky. If you’re like me then you’ve probably found yourself in that space almost permanently.
There seems to be this invisible wall that people hit and say to themselves that this is it, that this is where the line is drawn and it’s too late to pursue what really matters to them. I say it’s never too late to start again, the world is forever changing from seasons to the climate to the very foundation of our collective moral standpoints.
The ability to grab your emotions by the balls is my own personal simplified definition for self-awareness, which in reality is defined as possessing the ability to understand your own strengths and weaknesses.
I have trouble finishing projects I start, at times I find myself disillusioned by the idea that art and skill is cultivated, sure you may be a natural but maintaining a steady flow of creativity is something that goes beyond talent, it’s patience.
We all have ongoing on and off relationships with our many devices and platforms, television is one that is such a persistent thing in our lives that we no longer bother to question how it is affecting us and if its instant gratification outweighs its detrimental counterparts.