How to be creative

HOW TO be creativeA guest post by Mona Schmitt

  • Do you believe creative people are born not made?
  • Do you think creativity cannot be learned?
  • Do you feel like your creativity has limits?

Well, stop believing, thinking and feeling those things!

If you are reading this, you are a Resin Obsession fan and follower, so I know you are creative! But sometimes we forget and get into a slump.

I’m going to share three simple strategies to help you jump start your creativity.

1. Totally bothersome

Make a list of little things that bother you. Take your time to write them down. When you don’t have anything left, walk over to the shredder and shred it. You got it out and now it’s gone.

2. Describe your day in three words

Just three, so make each one count.

3. Interest wish list

Start an Interest Journal. Collect articles and pictures about stuff that interests you. Maybe a craft you would like to try. Maybe a style of decorating you would like for a bedroom. You can do this on Pinterest. However, Pinterest is easy to forget when you close out of the tab or app. If you have a physical reminder that you go back to and flip the pages, it takes on a more meaningful experience. It doesn’t have to be fancy.

75 ways to unleash your creativityThat is just the tip of the iceberg.

If you would like more, I have a NEW ebook, 75 Ways to Unleash Your Creativity. This book has 75 strategies for you to let loose your imagination. When you purchase the book, as a bonus, you will also receive a workbook, which will give you the opportunity to print the pages you want and work along with the book and the different strategies. There are also bonus printables, with directions to make two inspirational craft projects, so you have food for thought to keep your inspiration and creativity flowing!

This book is normally priced at $6.99.

An exclusive for Resin Obsession readers — get 30% off the purchase price through 5/24/17.  Use code resin at checkout.

Unpublished Blog Posts of Resin Obsession, LLC © 2017 Resin Obsession, LLC

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