The Pomodoro technique suggests splintering tasks into small intervals of 25 minutes of working and 5 minutes of break.
The Pomodoro technique involves intervals of work followed by short breaks. It’s also named after a tomato-shaped timer, but we’ll get to that later.
New research shows that movement may be the secret to creativity. According to Psychotherapist Dr. Bryan Robinson, regular exercise changes the molecular building blocks in our bodies and slows aging brain cells. “One year of exercise gives a seventy-year-old writer the brain connectivity of a thirty-year-old scribe,” he writes. He goes on to list additional […]
For the first time in its 174-year history, the Smithsonian Institution has released 2.8 million high-images from across its collections onto an open access online platform for the public to peruse and download, free of charge.
Scottish sculptor Andy Goldsworthy has created thousands of works of art in nature. Some of which no one has ever seen.
It may seem counter intuitive, but there is an easy way to hack your decision making skills to boost creativity and focus.
What if you could make your subconscious work for you, even while you sleep?
Many of the great creative minds of the world, both past and present, had one major thing in common.
They loved to walk.
A creative mind is, more often than not, a happy mind. Creativity can bring us closer to our goals, show us our own true potential, and give us the means to be successful.
Vanessa creates unique, interactive, and dynamic pieces that bring her joy, satisfaction, and pride.