Hear me out
The washroom is where we do our best thinking. Neurologists say that’s because creativity depends on both dopamine release and a distraction from repetitive thinking. If you’ve ever taken a bathroom break at work so you could have five minutes to sit alone somewhere quiet, and you find yourself alone in front of a bathroom mirror, then you’ve probably given yourself a washroom-mirror-pep-talk. And if by chance you haven’t done this, give it a try. It looks and feels a little weird to talk to your reflection, but there’s really nothing abnormal about thinking out loud and taking a minute to center yourself, especially when no one’s watching.
ABOUT CANDY LI
Candy graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Bachelor in Fine Art, major in sculpture in 2011, and Hong Kong Art School, Diploma in Fine Art, major in sculpture and photography in 2005.
At present, Candy is a craft instructor and a freelance graphic designer.
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