The feeling of space – This large and airy office in London was once a car showroom. The high ceilings help wokers embrace their creative thinking, according to The Eureka Factor.
Find me at the cafe – Cafes have long been a hangout for creative people. The steady murmur of background noise can help stimulate creativity.
Mix it up – Get creative by mixing up your normal routine and doing things in a different place from time to time.
Deadlines that distract – Difficult deadlines can often limit creativity, according to authors Kounios and Beeman.
Do the things that make you happy – A happy mind usually leads to more creative inspiration. Do what brings you joy and the rest will fall into place.
Do something different – Instead of battling for ideas, find creative stimulation and inspiration by getting away from your normal environment. Sit in a park, read a book and soak in the benefits from natural, positive vibes.
Find time to sleep – Take time out of your day to take a nap (preferably, in the sunshine). It will refresh those creative thoughts.
Switch that phone off – Make sure you schedule time into your day for relaxing thoughts without a screen in sight.