Hooray! You Got Started!

Welcome to Day 2 of 5 Days to Get Out of a Creative Rut!

Yesterday, you made your Idea Pocket. Today, you’re going to fill it.

Unless you’ve used a box or a big envelop, you want to keep your items small. Some suggestions of things to include in your Idea Pocket are:

  • Rocks.
  • Beads.
  • Paperclips.
  • Keys.
  • Coins.
  • Ticket stubs.
  • Tea bag tags.
  • Price tags.
  • Pictures.
  • Shells.

The list could go on, but you get the idea.

Ha. Idea. Idea Pocket. That wasn’t intentional, but after I noticed it, I wasn’t going to take it out.

I suggest that you put at least 10 items in your Idea Pocket. Share what you put in yours with us on Facebook or Instagram. Don’t forget the hashtag #nocreativerut.

Join the Facebook group too!

5 Days to Get Out of a Creative RUt

Get Set….

ecrireYesterday, I told you some things you’ll need for the creativity challenge – 5 Days to Get Out of a Creative Rut.

Today, I’m going to tell you a little bit about one of the key tools you’ll put together tomorrow.

The Idea Pocket.

The purpose of The Idea Pocket is to promote creativity.  Through it, you’ll realize that ideas are truly everywhere and you can get ideas from the world around you, You’ll figure out how to use these ideas whether in writing, drawing, painting, cooking, or in any other creative endeavor.

Yes. I believe cooking is a creative outlet.

At any rate, that’s the key thing you need to know for tomorrow. You can join the Facebook group if you want, too.

Are you ready?

On your mark….

Get set….

Oops!

I made two mistakes.

First, on Tuesday, I did a book spotlight for a book that’s already been promoted and free. I can’t do that one again until 90 days have passed.

Second, today, I almost forgot to do a blog post. With the way today has gone, I thought about not doing one at all, but here I am.

I wanted to take this time to remind you about the challenge that’s starting Monday.  5 Days to Get Out of a Creative Rut.

I’ll post information here Sunday night and invite you to the Facebook group. If you want to participate and cheer each other on, that would be the place to do it in addition to posting on Facebook and Instagram.

With that in mind, I want to show you the challenge image again. 5 Days to Get Out of a Creative RUt