Creativity

Fueling My Creativity Through My Nightly Beauty Routine

Fueling My Creativity Through My Nightly Beauty Routine

I desired a way to change being so drained. I wanted to protect my creativity while working
extremely long hours. The challenges that I faced while searching for ways to get my creativity
and peace back were me being too lazy to change. Once I realized my laziness was keeping me
from living intentionally; I found my solution.  I curated a nightly beauty routine and now I go to sleep relaxed and completely prepared for my following day.  

Nikisha Brunson Uncovers Gems to Turn Your Creative Space Into a Recharge Station

Nikisha Brunson Uncovers Gems to Turn Your Creative Space Into a Recharge Station

Creating a space that supports both our work and wellness, is not always an easy feat. Nikisha’s journey of living with ADHD, depression and anxiety makes the need for a self-crafted space even more vital to her mental health and wellness. Dive into our conversation and prepare to expand your wellness tribe with this rebel woman.

Why I Ride with Dreamchasers

Why I Ride with Dreamchasers

Societies are defined by their dreamchasers, their limit-pushers, their risk-takers. These are the folks that take the dare, create something from nothing, and force us to see the world differently. We often greet these worldbenders with resistance and hesitation because they challenge our comfort zones in ways that make us feel vulnerable and uncertain. I‘d like to explore some of the ways dreamchasers make the world, and us, better.

Kenesha Sneed of Tactile Matter

Kenesha Sneed of Tactile Matter

My younger self didn’t care as much about eating right or working out, but now that I’m in my early 30’s I have to keep myself in check from the way I eat, sleep and challenge myself physically. I know these don’t always apply when meeting deadlines but not taking care of my body always reflects in the creative process and how I feel mentally throughout the day. I make better work when I work on myself first.

“To Adorn is Human” Zuri Croson of Thread and Jewel

“To Adorn is Human” Zuri Croson of Thread and Jewel

Meet Zuri Croson: Mother, entrepreneur, yoga teacher, activist, dynamic creative spirit, and risk taker, is the founder and lead designer at Thread and Jewel, Inc. Through her creative work and involvement with social justice organizations in her home of Atlanta, Zuri is committed to sharing her love for the arts as a means of support and empowerment towards youth in her community. 

Teff: The Expressionist

Teff: The Expressionist

Creativity, I believe, is self-care. I literally love to exhaust myself in the creative process. From self-portrait sessions that last up to  5-6 hours. Sometimes in the snow; sometimes in 100 degree weather; most times on an empty stomach. That sense of discipline that pours from truly committing to what you stand to learn and how that works to improve who you are/what you can offer, is so necessary - especially when referring to self-care.