29 Ways to Stay Creative

If you’re looking for a little creative fuel today, this video may give you some ideas! Though I’m not sure about Number 8, and Number 27 wouldn’t do it for me…but I love the rest. What do you think?

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2 Responses to “29 Ways to Stay Creative”

  1. 1 Deanna Q March 13, 2012 at 1:45 pm

    Cool video! I agree, #27 is my favorite method of procrastination but it doesn’t really help my creativity. Thanks for the inspiring post.
    : )

    • 2 stranglingmymuse March 14, 2012 at 11:03 am

      Yes, #27 would be more about procrastination than creativity for me, too. I’m glad you enjoyed the video, Deanna!


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