How To Make Inspiration Strike {…with a few of my favorite things!}

I believe that inspiration ebbs and flows because it would simply be too overwhelming if we were always at the peak of inspiration.

I mean, it would be like having that tingly sensation of total infatuation constantly, or that feeling – when you’re six years old – on Christmas Eve where you can barely pretend to sleep because you’re just so. dang. excited. for the next day.

And yet, if you’re anything like me {or my clients}, the brilliant that work you’re doing doesn’t exactly have the same rhythm.

So, when inspiration doesn’t strike naturally, here are a few of my favorite things to tempt it into visiting…

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Sip on some delightful tea meant for the season, like Wintertime by Kusmi Tea.productimage-picture-many-thanks-dot-1582

Write a little something to a loved one on a scrumptious note from Sugar Paper, Los Angeles.

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Soake in a tub filled with Sake Bath by Fresh.

 

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And, of course, nibble on some delightful dark chocolate from Dagoba.

 

What inspires you when creativity isn’t coming naturally? Dish in the comments below, bombshell!

 

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