Creative Ideas for Getting Through A Bad Day

1) If at work: successfully survive the work day without making it worse. This is an accomplishment in and of itself. Need I say more? 2) Personal hygiene can also be self care. I personally always feel better after I've taken a hot shower at the end of a long day. 3) Check: is my space clean? (This is perhaps more applicable in quarantine when we're stuck at home all day). If not, I highly recommend getting the free "pomodoro" app, and cleaning one area of your space for the entire 25 minutes. I'm always surprised at how much I'm able to accomplish in a relatively short amount of time if I set my mind to it. 4) Make sure that you're "set up" for the next day (phone charged, work bag packed,

10 More Things All Actors Can Do To Maximize Their Potential

Continuing with my previous post about how the well known "Ten Habits of Highly Successful People" apply to a life in a theatre, here are even more Habits of Highly Successful that I strongly believe apply to all creative professionals, not just actors. 1) Writing/journaling daily. While on tour, I found that bullet journaling and making "top 3" lists really helped me take ownership of what little free time I did have, and once I returned home when the pandemic hit, these same tactics allowed me to feel a sense of accomplishment in my days. For the first two months of quarantine, I actually did morning pages every single day as a way to still my mind, and I actually made some amazing self di

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