Why creativity is the missing piece in the wellness puzzle

Way back when quinoa was something that no-one could pronounce – creatives knew the inherent benefit in making art. The anecdotal evidence was clear to see. Creative-types who weren’t functioning artists tended to go down the addiction route. But, if they could make art, they could heal. And people have long credited creativity with preventing them from pushing the self-destruct button at all. Then the wellness movement came along in all its might. Talking therapies became more mainstream, and the value of diet, exercise and alternative remedies were finally acknowledged. Yoga, mindfulness and meditation are now no-brainers, and everyone […]

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