If you’re looking for an easy way to boost your creative flow in the morning, then Creative Calm may be right up your alley.
Creative Calm is a meditation app that lets you relax and meditate, which has helped millions of people throughout the world.
The company’s CEO says the app can help you focus on the moment, which can help your creative work flow better.
“It’s all about focusing on the present moment and letting your mind wander,” he told CNNMoney.
So, how does it work?
Creative Calm works by using an app called Creative Flow, which is essentially a digital calendar app that records your mood, thoughts and emotions during your day.
You can use the app to create your own calendars, and you can also set your own personal reminders, like a favorite quote, to let your creative mind wander.
You can even use the calendar to create an automatic “flow” for yourself, and to make a daily schedule.
You’ll be able to choose from a variety of meditation styles and meditation settings to fit your needs, but the main focus is on the relaxing and calming nature of the app.
“It can be really calming and calming and peaceful,” said John Wessels, founder and CEO of Creative Calm.
That said, the app does have a few drawbacks.
One is that it’s currently only available for iPhone and iPad, so it’s not as easy as setting up your own calendar.
Another problem is that the app doesn’t support a wide variety of styles, which means it’s easy to get overwhelmed.
However, Wessel, who’s a former medical student and author, has said that he’s found that he can use creative calming to boost his creative output.
“I can use it to be able more easily to express myself and to think in a certain way,” he said.
“And it’s also a very calming tool.
If you want to be more creative and you want your creative output to be as powerful as possible, then this is definitely a tool for you.”
Wessels said that Creative Calm can help improve your mood and energy levels by giving you a different perspective.
“[Creative calming] allows you to just be present and let your mind go,” he added.
“If you’re having a tough day and you’re feeling like your creative energy is not flowing, you can just have a calm moment and just let it go.”