Instead of scrolling through listings to find a home or workspace that will inspire your life, try creating your own. The act of thinking through what you want is very clarifying.
Things to consider:
It is important to create a particular spot in your home that you can associate with clearing your mind and spacing out.
It can be as simple as a chair near a window or gathering your favourite objects onto a single table or shelve.
It is helpful to keep a journal of when inspiration strikes or when you do your best work. You can then adjust your home or your listing accordingly.
If you have your most creative moments in the shower, consider fixing the leaky sink or add a whiteboard to the wall so you can jot down ideas.
Finding a great roommate is about finding the right fit. Be very specific about what you're looking for in a roommate, who you are, and how you live, and what you value in your home.
To thrive in a roommate situation, remember that you're in a relationship with these people, not merely cohabiting. You'll need to invest time and energy into the situation.
Budget is usually an issue for people working in creative fields, making it difficult to get everything they want from real estate or a roommate.
Consider which requirements you cannot live without in your new space. Also, keep in mind that stepping out of your comfort zone can inspire new ideas and personal breakthroughs.
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