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This episode of #UNDORADIO features graphic designer and illustrator Naomi Otsu. Moderator Claire Fountain, wellness advocate and yoga instructor, raises the question of whether or not creating design is peaceful and can design itself be peaceful. The duo touch on the importance of remaining informed, kindness in design, and flexing your creativity muscle. Recorded at Canal Street Market, thanks to our friends at Listening Party, UNDO Radio is here to give more context to our contributors, provide greater takeaways for better living, and continue to serve as a valuable resource of wellness information for our audience.
On this episode we discuss:
How does design correlate with a peaceful life? [1:30]
Misinformation is like a Virus [8:32]
“NYC Train Tips & Tidbits” with New York Nico [12:00]
Inspiring and Fueling your Creative Muscles [16:05]
Speaking Up in the Workplace [19:10]
Transitioning from Running to Yoga/Lifting Weights [22:23]
Listening to Your Body [24:29]
Unlocking Emotions through Stretches [28:29]
“NYC Train Tips & Tidbits” with New York Nico
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