If you’re finding it hard to tap into your creative center, multitasking might be to blame. It can be hard to segment different tasks if you’re working from home, so be sure to carve out time to do absolutely nothing. That “nothing” time is high-quality reset time! Whether you only have a few minutes or a full hour, take a walk, journal, meditate, or focus on a creative practice.
Think of it this way: If you’re learning to play the guitar or taking ballroom dance lessons, you would commit to a specific amount of time for instruction and for practice. You wouldn’t be making phone calls or writing a report or doing chores during this time. The same is true for times when you are engaged in any creative endeavors, or just need space to think freely