The way you live your life is entirely up to you. You can either learn to just make it through since you only do the bare minimum, or you can tackle every day and become a better you. If you find yourself as one of those people who seem to always be facing setbacks, there are some things that could help you out. Here are three things that can help you get going.
If you sit around doing nothing every time you see that you’re free, chances are you aren’t doing so well. Both your body and mind need to get up and get moving. Try starting some type of daily exercise routine or consider joining a yoga or dance class. Something that will help you get the blood pumping and the energy moving. Your activity levels really make a difference.
Most find it hard to ask for help, even when they know they need it. If you’re continually struggling to better yourself, you might need to find someone who can help you. There’s no shame in finding an accountability partner or even some type of career coach Washington DC. You as a person matter, and you need to do everything you can to make sure you are living your best life.
Another thing to think about when you’re trying to get your life put together is what you’re putting into your body. If you only eat junk and unhealthy foods, you’ll find yourself feeling out of sorts and not well. You need to get yourself on a healthy dieting plan. While this doesn’t necessarily mean you are trying to lose weight, it does mean that you are trying to become a better you.
Working to better yourself can be hard, but the results are always worth the work. You’ll find yourself enjoying life and looking forward to each day.
Listen to young digital artists Naomi and Denice talk about their creative journey and keeping it going despite the competitive field. Interview conducted by their friend Lian, a professional photographer.
They discuss about the difference between digital and traditional arts and provide fresh tips on aspiring artists out there based on their experiences.
“Practice, experiment and enjoy the process.” — Naomi
“Always pursue passion projects, always practice, and share your work (to others) to inspire.” — Denice
N is on her second internship program in a popular publishing company that maintains several magazines in both online and print media. She was lucky that the art director of the online magazine appreciates her curriculum vitae including her portfolio of art samples.
On her second day she was able to design a picture of a popular love team and it was published in the online cover. N was so ecstatic.
Her first intern company she said has helped her enhance her ability to design images assigned to her.
Here’s one of the few art samples that she submitted to the publishing company.