Sometimes such a simple idea can become way to complicated. Practicing your creativity is one these. What’s one easy way you can practice your creativity today?
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Sometimes the biggest roadblock to getting started practicing your creativity is just deciding what to do. If this is something you struggle with – check out this graphic for ideas for practicing your creativity.
Sidenote – these are what came to my mind when I thought about practicing creativity – this is by no means an exhaustive list. You can, of course, practice your creativity in whatever format you want. Creativity is simply turning ideas into reality. So dream up an idea and start turning it into reality!
Practice your creativity. It doesn’t have to be complicated. For the past year or two I have written a post almost every single week (or every other week) about creativity. Most of them can be boiled down to the idea that you can practice your creativity any way you want. I made the above graphic for a couple of reasons.
- To share ways that anyone can get started (or continue) practicing their creativity. These aren’t mind-blowing but simple things that anyone can do.
- To demonstrate that there are a variety of ways to practice your creativity and there is definitely no right or wrong way to do it (the only wrong way is to not practice your creativity at all). You can practice your creativity in easy ways that are familiar to you (for me this could be writing) or you can try new creative practices that are uncomfortable because you are just getting started (definitely drawing for me).
- To challenge myself. I have shared that I’m determined to learn how to draw (or just not to be awful at it). One way that I keep challenging myself is to say that I’m going to create graphics like this to share. Basically I force myself to do it.
So let’s uncomplicate the whole process. What’s one easy thing you can do to practice your creativity today?