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The Most Important Break-up !

Valentine's Day is a great time for reflection and self-improvement, and as an artist, it's important to continually strive for growth and development. đŸ€đŸ’”â€ïž


Here are 10 bad practices that every artist should consider breaking up with:


1. Procrastination: Putting off work until the last minute can lead to missed deadlines and added stress. We should strive to manage our time better and tackle tasks as soon as possible.


2. Self-Doubt: It's important to believe in ourselves and our abilities as artists. We should try to break up with self-doubt and build our confidence.


3. Lack of Practice: Art requires practice, and not practicing enough can lead to stagnation in our skills. We should make an effort to practice regularly and strive to improve our craft.


4. Not Experimenting: Experimentation is important to grow as an artist. We should try new techniques, tools, and styles to explore our creativity and develop our unique voice.


5. Fear of Criticism: Criticism can be difficult to receive, but it's important to not let it hinder our growth as artists. We should embrace feedback and use it as a tool to improve our work.


6. Poor Posture: Artists often spend long hours working at a desk, which can lead to poor posture and health issues such as back pain and eye strain. We should prioritize our health and take breaks to stretch and move around.


7. Unhealthy Diet: As artists, we can get caught up in our work and forget to take care of our bodies. We should break up with unhealthy eating habits and strive to fuel our bodies with nutrient-dense foods.


8. Lack of Sleep: Adequate sleep is crucial for overall health and well-being, including creativity and productivity. We should prioritize getting enough sleep and establish a regular sleep routine.


9. Neglecting Mental Health: Art can be emotionally taxing, and it's important to prioritize our mental health. We should take breaks when we need them and seek support when necessary.


10. Excessive Screen Time: Spending long hours staring at a screen can strain our eyes and lead to other health issues. We should take breaks to rest our eyes and limit screen time when possible.


By prioritizing our health as artists, we can sustain our creativity and productivity in the long term. Let's break up with bad practices and commit to a healthier, more balanced lifestyle. Happy Valentine's Day!đŸ’”â€ïž

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