What’s Your Creative Fix?

I was shopping with one of my bestie’s this week, in Guadalajara at the Annual Furniture Show. I suddenly realized how inspired I felt, being surrounded by all the designs, colors, fabrics and textures at the show. How it filled up my own personal creative cup. It felt exhilarating to be in that hustle and bustle of the show’s electrifying environment. An added bonus was all the ‘Fashion Divas’, strutting around in the latest fashions as if they had just got off the catwalks of Paris Fashion Week. It amazes me how people get so decked out to go shopping to buy a sofa? The whole thing was freaking awesome!
This experience made me realize, yet again, the importance of immersing oneself into something that fuels your own creative fire, whatever that might be. Only you hold the key to open that door. You, and you alone, know what your “Authentic Heart” yearns for. Some get fueled by spending time in the great outdoors; others with the intensity of heated debates; others with a paint brush in their hand, stroking at the purity of a blank canvas.
This week I found my creative fix, in textiles and textures, combing the streets of Guadalajara to find my next wow factor. Life is so beautifully, colorfully woven in all its flavors and delights. I truly think a key part of living your chosen “Authentic Life Path,” is seeking out your own creative fix. Whatever that might be, it’s up to you, to set that into motion. To make sure that happens for yourself you need to come up an action plan. Once you have that nailed down, you can immerse yourself into it.
Breath it, feel it, appreciate it and a soulful energy will come over your entire being. Like a well rested body after a delightful massage. You will simply feel rested, relaxed and full of new found energy. This, my friends, will hold you over until your next Creative Soulful Field Trip. Enjoy!
Homework: Seek out something that fires you up. If nothing comes to mind, start trying different things, until you find yourself in a state of awe. Then you will know you are onto something. Don’t stop until you find what your heart is looking for.

Rhonda Zarate is a REALTOR/LIFESTYLE COACH. To book a consultation with her, you can find her at rhondazaratelifestyles@gmail.com or her Facebook Blog “ Rhonda Zarate Lifestyle.”

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Rhonda Zarate
Happy Heart Lifestyle Coach
Rhonda Zarate is a Happy Heart Lifestyle Advisor. Her favorite thing to do is help people find their happiest hearts through Coaching. Vlogging, Boutique Real Estate & she authored a book Find Your Happy Planner.
Sharing her love for the happy path and her family makes her heart the happiest, being part of a Heart Tribe is one’s greatest JOY.

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  1. Being perfect in everything I do is my thing … and the road to living to the 120 years of age that humans are promised. Being perfect is not easy though, for a man, for everyone else has their own ideas of what is perfect . For me, perfection begins at birth and is a race that goes on until you reach the magical 120 years of age, and then you can slow down and rest.

    Since learning is a lifetime pursuit , the more we learn, the more the door and windows of the mind is opened. and the more interests we can pursue. And then, there are the different things we can do at different age periods in life. After we have managed all the necessary things in life, we have time to discover art.

    First came the time for searching old first addition books in the book stores, and then came the pursuit of collectables in antique and thrift shops. Many of my art collections involve groups of items from different parts of the world. Each item, gives me the opportunity of researching about the item.

    With so much available in this world, there is so little time for each, and I hope 120 years will be enough. But it is possible, for in Jalisco state, a Mexican woman lived to the age of 127 years old. I wonder if for her, 127 years was enough.

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