We all need it sometimes.
In Design we call whitespace to the portion of a page left unmarked, the portion that is left blank, or the empty space in a page.
Whitespace allows the design to breath, ideas and images to become clearer and the mind to focus on what’s important.
But it’s not only in Design that whitespace has value. Sometimes we need whitespace in our life.
Time to breath.
And create new possibilities, dreams and futures.
Where in your life do you need whitespace?
Where could you use time to think, take stock, reassess?
As the year wraps up I invite you to create whitespace in your life to reassess and find your centre.