Tag Archives: stimulation

The Crash

When I started this blog four months ago, I promised to share key aspects of my creative process, however quirky, in case any of my readers might find among them some interesting strategies to try for themselves. The time has … Continue reading

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FRESH to You Each Morning

In my post of yesterday I started talking about Todd Henry’s new book, The Accidental Creative. I explained that the acronym for his program is FRESH and shared his key advice for the F and the R- focus and relationships. … Continue reading

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My Treasure Chests

Creative people live with senses that are ever open to take in the world and with imaginations that generate too many ideas to handle at any given time. It’s vital, thrilling, and stimulating for me to collect ideas as they … Continue reading

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My Reading Bare Essentials

Each of us will want to read different things, but our work will be most creative if we read and explore broadly. It’s not quantity so much that matters. Rather, it’s important to read in a variety of areas and … Continue reading

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Getting those juices flowing!

The most important part of a creative life is being open to new experiences and ideas that can spark novel and innovative thinking, images, and work. For you this might mean getting into the habit of visiting a new place … Continue reading

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