It's been a month since I said goodbye to London for a 6-week journey that has taken me to opposite sides of the world. My first stop was New York City, a place I called home for 13 years. I stayed with a friend in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, a short walk from Brooklyn Bridge Park and its view of the cityscape of Manhattan. It was as close to going home can be for me and I cherished the two weeks. From there, I hopped a plane to Bali, Indonesia where I've been since the beginning of the month.
I've landed in Bali, Indonesia. I'll be here for the next few weeks, working on my art, doing some writing, and relaunching my course — Build a Creative Routine You'll Love. Ubud (where I'll be based for the first two weeks) is filled with a buzzing and spirited energy. The main streets of the town cut from north to south and are filled with scooters and pedestrians making their way between the hotels and bars. Walking the streets has been the perfect opportunity to practice staying in the moment.
After transforming my own relationship to creativity through the magic of routine, it was an easy decision to make habits the focus of my first online course. The creation of the course material and exercises has been a labour of love, and I can't wait to share them with you.