Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog on the benefits and pitfalls of a fresh start.
It’s one of those cliches we can’t seem to let pass.
New year, new me. New experiences. New life.
When it comes to creativity, so many of us make promises. We’re finally going to do it this year. Or we’re not going to let it slow us down this time around.
This doesn’t work for everyone. Not everyone believes a new year means it’s time for a reset.
But many do. Many need it; crave it; thrive because of it.
Some people just need to start sprinting forward without looking back. Abandon all those old, unfinished projects they just don’t want to work on anymore. Forget all their mistakes and shortcomings and unachieved goals. Start fresh. Start again.
If that’s what you need — and doing so isn’t going to set you back, stress you out beyond rationale, or obliterate your career (unless that’s what you’re going for, in that…
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