The best things in life are not on the menu.
Some of life's most precious moments and experiences cannot be found on any menu.
They are the result of spontaneity, serendipity, and taking action.
And just a little bit of luck. They are the memories we carry, stories that make us laugh, and experiences that shape our lives in more ways than one—the kind of moments that we smile when we think about them.
The best things in life remind us to take risks, appreciate the little moments, and never take anything for granted — because life is too short not to live it to the fullest.
What's challenging YOU from living your most creative life?
Are you holding back? Why?
Many times we're held back because we're concerned about being judged.
We measure everything we do based on the opinions others may have about our efforts.
However, there are more productive ways to expand the creative journey.
By pushing the boundaries during the creative process, we often discover our voice as we expand the possibilities because we're not limiting the creative process based on the opinion of others.
Listen to the confident creative side of your process and not the tiny voice that wants to shy away from pushing boundaries.
You get better at creating when constantly testing your skills and ideas.
You might discover something new and exciting that would never happen when you limit your output. Keep On Creating
We will always limit our outcomes when we create with a limited mindset.
When we expand our possibilities, our potential cultivates a more creative outcome.
It just works #justsayin
“The patterns of our lives reveal us. Our habits measure us.”