We love the feeling of opening a new book and reading it cover to cover, picking up a new skill and mastering it, or learning something we never knew before. We love learning because it gives us a sense of accomplishment and makes us feel like we're growing.
But there's another kind of learning we don't discuss as often: learning not by reading but by doing. The kind where you're not just absorbing information but actively putting it into practice.
This kind of learning happens when you take the time to try something new—when you go out on a limb and do something that makes your brain hurt in a good way. It happens when you have an idea and follow through with it—even if that means failing a few times before getting it right. It happens when you commit yourself wholeheartedly to something and don't let anything stand in your way from achieving your goal.
My name is Annica Johansson and I am an Art Life Coach, Certified Sound Healer and Artist. I am writing about personal development, daily musings, spirituality and depicting mother nature's amazing beauty. Welcome!