Daily Dose Of Creativity Is A Way Out Of Mundane Lifestyle
If you want to improve your life’s satisfaction, this may be the way.
I’ve been living day by day doing repetitive tasks, which often led me to burnout and made me feel lethargic at the end of the day.
Knowing that there could be a solution to fix this problem, I have attempted to do many things after work, hoping that I’d find my own passion.
And at some point in that time period, I’ve stumbled upon many creative individuals who were making their living through their work on social media.
So at first, I was fascinated by how it may feel to live day in and day out only by doing the things they love. But at the same time, I thought to myself that it wouldn’t happen for me. And the reason was that I believed that those individuals had initial talent that they could pursue their dream.
Time has passed by, and at one point, I thought to myself, “Even if they were talented at first if they didn’t take any action to start, then would they be at the position they are currently at?”.
And this was the point in time when I decided to push myself one step further and pursue my creative career. Although I didn’t major in writing or design, I began working on my blog articles and design projects by learning online.
It surely wasn't easy at first because I had a new objective added to my everyday life. But, once I got through that difficult first phase, I have learned many things that I’m proud of. Of course, I am not making enough money to cover my whole bills, but it certainly adds up and has the potential to grow bigger in the future. One thing that really distinguishes a side business from a full-time job is that there is no ceiling to earnings for side businesses. In contrast, a full-time job has limited perks and salary at a certain point in time.
For that reason, I will be sticking with my creative side business for the long haul.
And the most important lesson I’ve learned was that doing at least one creative work every day; it made my day more fulfilled, no matter how energy-draining the day was. It felt as if I had just come out of the gym…