5 Easy Ways to Be Creative Today

  1. Write a haiku about what you’re wearing right now.
  2. Take a walk. Notice everything you see that’s blue. You can just walk around your home or workplace if you’d like, noticing blue. Then write a paragraph about blueness: the blue things you’ve seen, blue feelings, the Blues, blue moons…anything blue that comes up for you.
  3. Write something about the picture above.
  4. Draw a picture that reflects how you’re feeling right now. It doesn’t have to be a masterpiece — a simple doodle is fine.
  5. Daydream elaborately for 15 minutes. Some ideas: Imagine you live in a different time period, and create a day of that life in your mind. Put yourself inside your favorite book, movie or cartoon and see what happens. Imagine you’re five years old and discovering something new for the first time — really feel the discovery with all your senses.

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2 Responses to “5 Easy Ways to Be Creative Today”

  1. 1 Julie August 10, 2012 at 9:46 pm

    Love this. It’s so great to get the juices flowing.

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