Why Creative Side Projects Are Good for You

20140730-004211-2531216.jpgSan Francisco State psychology professor Dr. Kevin Eschleman and his colleagues measured the effect of creative hobbies on over 400 employees. In two separate groups—one rated by coworkers and one self-rated—those with a creative hobby were more likely to be helpful, collaborative, and creative with their job performance. | As an added bonus, outside of work those with hobbies felt more relaxed and in control. —Why Creative Side Projects Are Good for You.