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Fueling the Blaze of Creativity

Fueling the Blaze of Creativiity: A weekly digest of what gets designer Maya Ahluwalia’s juices flowing

The Weekly Edit

Maya Ahluwalia

To say the Internet has changed the way we think is the biggest understatement. It has revolutionized every aspect of our daily lives, from how we connect to how we process discover and absorb information to how we learn about the world. The Internet, however, also captures and shares little snippets of pure delight. This week celebrates some of my favorite joyful moments discovered in labyrinth of the great World Wide Web.

Every time I look away to read the description, I look back quickly and giggle. I try again to focus on the witty caption by the GFY ladies, then its right back to the picture and more giggling ensues.

Dancing induces a magical moment, when you entirely let loose and don’t care whose watching. Creating that elusive point in time rarely happens for me, however, unless a glass of wine or two is involved. The effortless glee that this adorable kid from India’s Got Talent brings to dancing is infectious.

While many think of ocean views and balmy weather for their retirement dreams, mine are more simplistic in nature. What I picture to be my retirement bliss is to be eternally clad in a muumuu and begin my day at 10 am with a morning martini. With Instagram star Baddie Winkle, I think I  have found my soul sister.

As a long time yogi and a sometimes meditation practitioner, I do try to just breathe and repeat a positive mantra in times of stress. But honestly, sometimes you just want to say F’ck That!