Your creativity needs its own space: a hobby can awaken it and break the routine.

In the current world, daily routines and work demands can drain our creativity. It’s important to find ways to nurture our creative mind, and an excellent way to achieve this is by cultivating a hobby.

The importance of creativity

Creativity is the spark that drives innovation and progress. From art and music to problem-solving in the business world, creativity plays a fundamental role in our everyday life.

Challenges of routine and stress

Constant routines and work-related stress can hinder our creativity. The repetition of tasks and constant pressure can exhaust our minds and reduce our ability to think outside the box.

Cultivating a hobby: opening the doors to creativity

A hobby can help us overcome these challenges and awaken our creativity. By dedicating time to an activity we’re passionate about, we give ourselves the opportunity to disconnect from work, recharge our energy, and explore new experiences and perspectives.

Finding your personal passion

The first step to reaping the benefits of a hobby is finding something that impassions us. This can be anything from music to painting, gardening, walking, or writing. What’s important is that it makes us feel happy and motivated.

Disconnection and recovery

Allocating time to a hobby gives us the chance to disconnect from work and recharge our energy. Stepping away from work demands allows our minds to rest and recuperate, facilitating the generation of fresh and creative ideas.

Inspiration from diverse sources

Hobbies expose us to new experiences and perspectives. These fresh encounters can become an endless source of inspiration that we can apply to our work, infusing new and original elements into what we do.

Breaking mental barriers: how hobbies foster creativity

Hobbies encourage us to explore new ways of approaching things. This open and experimental mindset translates to our work, enabling us to tackle problems from unusual angles and find innovative solutions.

Experimentation and learning

By acquiring new skills through our hobby, we train our minds to adapt to change and uncertainty. This capacity for experimentation and adaptation reflects in our ability to confront creative challenges in our work.

Personal experience

In my experience, finding a space dedicated to my creativity, completely separate from my daily work, helps clear my mind and generate new ideas. When speaking with some people, their initial response is that they don’t have time, but I’ve been through that as well. At a certain point in my life, I felt completely blocked in my work. The first thing I did was disconnect and engage in other activities I enjoyed. When I returned to my daily routine, it was as if I had been reset, and my mind was refreshed.

One of the key aspects is establishing healthy habits, like dedicating an hour each day to disconnect from work, and trying to reserve time during the weekend to explore activities we enjoy.

A few years ago, I made the decision to wake up at 4 am; it provided a space for meditation and physical activity. It’s not easy initially, but it seamlessly integrates into the daily routine and makes you feel much better.

These days, I wake up at 5 am, allowing me to meditate and exercise. By 8 am, I’m starting work with a fresh mind. I reserve Saturdays for hikes in nature, something I thoroughly enjoy.


Having a hobby outside of work is more than a simple distraction. It’s a means to rejuvenate our mind, nurture creativity, and discover new ways of thinking. Dedication to a hobby we love provides the necessary space to explore, learn, and grow in ways that benefit both our personal and professional lives.

Thanks for reading me,

Jhamile Abuabara

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