Most creativity boosting techniques bore me to tears. Or make me want to fall asleep. However, the following techniques actually work for me. Maybe youll find a few that work for you as well!
Creating relaxing spaces
One of my most favorite creativity boosting methods is to create a calming space in my home, specifically for meditating or writing. I have found that creating spaces like these help to promote my creativity. I never need much or even a lot of space. Even a corner of a room will do. I fill my space with a comfortable chair or pillow, a blanket, soft light (natural light is best!), and free the area of clutter.
I often go to the mall, a park, or a restaurant, and observe people. I observe how they interact, the way they carry themselves, and how they look. I usually end up weaving stories about each person I encounter. Subsequently, I experience a surge in creativity.
When my creativity has dried up, I break out a few old magazines or hop onto Pinterest. Collages, especially those made with magazine clippings, allow the artist within me to come out.
I’m a paper and pen kind of gal, so I always have a notebook nearby. And usually before I go to bed or immediately after I wake up, I like to write down everything that comes to mind. Literally. On days that I use this method I find that I am more creative and productive.
I have been known to place positive affirmations about creativity around my house. Each time I see the refrigerator or look into the mirror, I am reminded of how good it feels to create and be creative.
I thrive in a clutter free home. When I stop hanging onto things that no longer serve me, positive energy begins to flow and I am more open to receive creative thoughts.
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6 Creativity Boosting Habits That Work