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Fifteen minutes: from worry to creativity.

Last week we discuss how worrying can steal our creativity. Yet, we can flip the script and set aside time to reset our mindset.


Engaging in a creative project for just fifteen minutes can be a great way to take your mind off worrying and tap into your creativity. Here are some tips for using those fifteen minutes effectively:

  1. Choose a project that you enjoy: Pick a creative project that you find enjoyable, such as drawing, painting, writing, or playing an instrument. Doing something you enjoy can help you feel more relaxed and less stressed.

  2. Set a specific goal: Decide on a specific goal for your creative project, such as writing a poem or sketching a simple drawing. This will help you stay focused and make the most of your fifteen minutes.

  3. Minimize distractions: Find a quiet, comfortable space where you can work without being interrupted. Turn off your phone and other distractions that might disrupt your concentration.

  4. Use a timer: Set a timer for fifteen minutes to ensure that you stay on track and don't get carried away with your project.

  5. Let go of perfectionism: Don't worry about making your project perfect. Instead, focus on enjoying the process and expressing yourself creatively.

  6. Reflect on your experience: Take a few moments to reflect on your experience after your fifteen minutes are up. Consider how you feel and whether you found the experience helpful in reducing your worries.

By using these tips, you can turn fifteen minutes of creative time into a powerful tool for reducing worries and tapping into your creativity.

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