Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Want to Change the World?

This is how you change the world!

Yes! Your unique imagination and creativity will help create a better world for us all.

Your creativity is unique to you - always remember that - and you have something valuable to add to our world.

So, go ahead now, grab your journal or notebook and pour into it all your creative ideas and truly let your imagination go wild and you'll discover that idea that will help change our world for the better.

Let me know when you find it OK? :)

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Begin Something New!

It's Autumn and it's time to begin that new creative project you've wanted to start for a long time!

Remember though, don't get caught up in the finer details of creativity just yet.

For now, just begin.

Give birth to that idea.

Allow that idea to come forth and through you.

Once you allow yourself and give yourself permission to bring that idea forth then watch and feel how your creative juices just gush forth and help you bring that idea to life.

That is creativity and we all - each of us - have an abundance of it!

Tuesday, 3 January 2017

What's Your Creative Theme for 2017?

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Happy Creative New Year!

Here's to a year full of creativity and colour.

In fact...that is my creative theme for 2017 - creativity and colour.

What's yours?

Comment below and let me know!:) 

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Make it Simple!

Can YOU make the simple, awesomely simple?

Now, THAT'S Creativity in practice! :)

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Be More Attentive!

...To the young ones in your life as well as yourself!

Focus on the doing rather than the outcome! :)

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

I think i ate playdough!

What did you eat?

Crayons? Paint?? Plasticine???

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Now don't deny it!

We all ate something different - that's why our creativity is so unique and different to each of us! :D

I used to love my plasticine - in fact, maybe i never told you - but my childhood was full of play every single day! 

I played with my cats and kittens (yes, they were real - i had lots of cats and kittens as a child) dolls and teddies and coloured and painted and had imaginary friends and made imaginary adventures and my whole family joined in my play - my mum (dad on his day off from work) and elder sisters and brothers. I read books and wrote short stories.

Yes all this under age 11!

My sister made playdough and i loved it and you know i may just have nibbled on it a few times too! :)