Art/work: Finding fresh perspectives for creativity while remote
If you believe the rumors, remote work is killing our creativity.
Except that’s not true — not by a long stretch. Because our creativity never went anywhere — it’s more that the rituals that we relied on to drive innovation before were built on the assumption that we need to be physically together to have new ideas and solve problems.
Parenthood, children, and mental health: four experiences
We often say that we're shaped by our experiences. From those moments and memories in our childhoods as we grow into adulthood, all of these experiences – good and bad – are a formative part of who we are, what we value, and who we become.
But how can our past experiences shape who we are as parents? And how can we build connections with our children around the topic of mental health?
How to talk to your children about mental health
Whether your children want to be a doctor, an artist, or the next Neil Armstrong, parents and carers are at the forefront of helping children define what their future looks like in an ever-changing world. But an important part of that future lies in how we nurture young healthy minds, and equip our children with not only the tools to understand their own mental health, but also to talk about it, free from shame or stigma.
What it feels like to experience trauma
The majority of us are likely to experience a traumatic event over the course of our lifetimes. But when that experience continues to impact us long after the event occurred, it can begin to impact our mental health. In this post, Olivia shares what it's like to live with trauma – and how she's learning to cope.
Live more, work better
Remote Works is a series of conversations with people all over the world. From productivity and working better to mental health, creativity and everything in between, we’re uncovering remote work secrets and sharing stories of real people who are making remote work work for them.
In our first post, we talk to Alexis, Bruno and Chris on how building their own routines and rituals around remote working is making them more productive, creative, and ultimately, live better lives.