I know it’s fairly easy to guess if you’ve been around here much. I also know that there are a lot of new people here. (I’m up to over 100 people following my blog! Thank you!)
I talk a lot about creativity here. My creativity. Your creativity. The creative process in general. I try to offer creativity tips and exercises every so often. I talk about my creativity theories and what I consider to be the keys to creativity.
That’s pretty much it in a nutshell.
I am willing to answer questions, share videos, offer guest blog spots (although at this time, I cannot pay for such posts – I’m so sorry), share photos (with permission and credit given), and share podcasts and other things I find interesting and relevant.
I don’t want to leave you just with that, so here’s a little bit more. These are my Six Keys to Creativity, given without further comment or explanation.
- Everyone is creative.
- Creativity does not discriminate.
- People don’t know how to tap into their creativity.
- People use their creativity without knowing they are.
- The only person who says you can’t is you.
- Have more than one creative outlet.
I’ve posted about these before, which is one reason why I’m not posting an explanation of them right now. I will most likely talk about them again, so stay tuned for that.
It’s been a busy day of errands, writing (over 22,000 words now on REALMWALKER that I shared chapter 1 from the other day), and a stamping/card-making group. I didn’t want to put this post off until tomorrow, so here it is, albeit late.