Posts tagged research
The Benefits of a Curious Life.

Curiosity. It’s my jam. I love learning, researching, asking why, trying, testing, building, failing, making, moving and growing. Chances are if you’re reading this article - you, too, are a curious person. YAY. Like minds.

True to form, I got to thinking about curiosity as a trait. Is it good, or bad? Is it helpful in a person’s life? Their work? Can it make you a happier person? So, down that rabbit hole I went. And what I found, pretty amazing.

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Welcome to The Color Kind.

Welcome to The Color Kind. Day 1. As a lifelong creative, both at work and at home I’m SO excited that you’re here. From my own practice, especially in the consistent daily journal habit I’ve built in the past year, I’ve reconnected with the joy, calm and purpose that setting aside a few minutes a day to practice creativity can bring. Confidence, connection, stress relief, innovative thinking and FUN are just a few of the reasons I choose to practice creativity. Daily. Some days this looks like painting, others a nature walk and still others creating a meal from scratch. Whatever form your creativity takes, there is benefit and joy to be found.  

We also believe a world fueled by creativity is a better place to live.  And we're not alone in this thinking.  Anyone who has practiced creativity knows the feeling that comes from their work.  The sense of purpose, community, happiness that comes from being in the zone.  Working on your craft, enjoying the process - not worrying about the outcome. 

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