Get off the internet (especially Instagram) - I love Instagram but if I'm feeling bad I try and take myself off it for a few days. I find looking at a perfectly edited world stops my creativity rather fuels when I'm feeling wobbly.
Break out of a routine - If like me you have a 9 - 5 job, the monotony of catching the same train, eating the same breakfast, waiting for the clock to hit 5 can really break down any creative thoughts. Instead I've been trying to make things differently, something as small as changing what I have for breakfast each day definitely put my head in a different place. I've also had a few mid-week holiday days, I took an afternoon off for Dan's mums birthday we went for tea and have a fab afternoon strolling around London parks, it felt so luxurious to have some time to enjoy being rather than rushing around doing.
Speak to different people (in actual real life) - Email, Whatsapp, Twitter etc are wonderful wonderful things but nothing beats a proper conversation with real life people. I recently had a lovely brunch with a new friend and I left the conversation feeling so much lighter and full of positivity.
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