Changing routines sometimes help you free from the boundaries you set for yourself. Especially during the pandemic, the almost similar days within the framework of certain rules have turned into a very tiring cycle that restricts your creativity. So, how can you break this cycle? Changing our routines often helps you make room for something new. Let’s take a look at how we can free ourselves from our routines to say goodbye to a habit that has settled in our lives and embrace the new.
1- It is good to observe your desk from a different perspective.
You spend most of the day alone with your desk. Your desk, which accompanies you like a colleague, is one of the cornerstones that feeds motivation and increases creativity and productivity. The meaning you attach to your desk can compromise itself day by day. Sometimes even a full mind can distract from your desk, serving as an item to assist you to the point of productivity. However, whatever feels best to you, it is best to organize your desk close to it. For some, this promotes order on the desk. For some, it is to attach a word that will motivate a point where you can see it on the desk. Sometimes it’s to position the best light for your desk, or it’s to meet your eyes with an inspiring painting when you raise your head. While creating the dedicated desks in CoBAC Workspace, we wanted to meet on a common ground that would embrace all of them without separating those who want to be with their productivity. While providing unity at shared desks, we made room for those who want to be in a unique area at private offices. We have a desk at any point where they can benefit from creative works, sunlight, or the legendary view of the Golden Horn. Sometimes a desk, a pen, and paper can make you take the first step that will make a big dream come true. So, lucky you...
2- Strengthen cooperation with the mind as a pal.
If you had a chance to observe your routines as a viewer, what can you say about them? Would you be friends with them, or would you sometimes approach them in a complaining way? The routines can sometimes be a small escape from the responsibilities we have to take. Resisting change is also a part of it. Your mind unites you with your self-preserving approach, thanks to the routines. Being in the familiar waters makes the mind’s work easier. However, we know that leaving the comfort zone is growing, thinking differently. Collaborating with the mind that resists change here can help change routines. The magic of cooperation and acting together starts there. Being in cooperation with your mind will liberate you from the mind study scheme that has adopted the philosophy of escape and survive even on the bumpy roads in your journey and will lead you to the following precious point: curiosity. It is an enjoyable tool to be curious, hug every moment of life with excitement, and enjoy being together. Sometimes a designer who reflects his own utopia on a drawing tablet on your side desk in a shared office space can create a detail that will color your initiative. So, what key can open this door? Only curiosity. If you become curious, you become free from your routines, and they change, and your world changes too.
3- Start changing your routine today.
The moment you decide to change your routine, you can initiate it. It may be helpful to observe how easily you can compromise your stability with changes that can be called easy at the beginning. If you prioritize your mind first, you can start by changing your hand to brush your teeth all the time. This will create a spark out of the mind’s way of thinking. If you usually start the day by drinking coffee in the morning, make a spark this morning, open it up by drinking water, and see what your body is thinking... Try a different sauce today. Have a book near you that you have never read. If you want to get a little away from the fixed desk, short-moving chair, and distractions around, try working in the shared office as well. Observe what new partnerships, new ideas, and new changes await you. If you want to start this magical change today, let’s meet you at CoBAC Workspace.