I’ve been neglecting my creative side of late, partly because of COVID fatigue but also, if I’m honest, because I spend an awful lot of time supporting (and enjoying, I might add) other people’s creations, including my husband’s.
While I’m not talented enough to earn a living through my hobbies, I need to practice them to have balance in my life. I need more of the joy that comes from making something.
In order to fulfill those needs, I must make time for them. And that sometimes means not opening a link, attending a show, or scrolling through social media.
This void in my life is partly why I took on this 30 day/150 words challenge, to push myself to create again, to stimulate the right side of my brain before it turns completely to sludge.
I may not be great at art, but I am really good at following routine and commitment to habit.
What do you do creatively that brings you joy? Do you make time for it?
2 thoughts on “June 17th: Nurturing Creativity”
I love your crow.
I write kids books mostly.
Haven’t really sang for myself in years. I am learning the ukulele.
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Thanks, Jean! Those are awesome creative pursuits! Ukulele = happiness 😊