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SHIT. HAPPENS.

Take things for exactly what they are, not how they make you feel.

Only then you can determine what things you do have control over, and what role you play in un-f#%*ing your creativity.

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MORE IDEAS FROM Everyday Creative

📌 Unf*** Your Creativity📌

It happens to all of us, you just feel stuck and you can’t create anything worth a damn…

- Sound all too familiar?

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Sometimes you have to go back to the fundamental principles of your craft to unlock the creativity to actually create something.

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Distractions are inevitable.

Embrace the distractions for what they are.

You never know what might inspire your creative spark.

Tackle it then get back to brainstorming!

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Remember to be patient with yourself, it takes time to unf*#% your creative process.

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Creativity is a trainable skill

Research shows that with practise, we can all learn to become more creative.

When we hear of people known for their remarkable creativity, it's quick to assume that they are born different from the rest of us. We forget that these creative geniuses often spent years working on projects that did not turn out that well. Many hours of sharpening their thinking or skills finally created something unique.

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Research suggests placing self-imposed limitations can boost creativity. 

It forces your brain to come up with creative solutions to finish a project around the parameters you’ve set.

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“We are made to create. We feel useful when we create. We release our ‘stuckness’ when we create. We reinvent our lives, tell new stories, and rebuild communities when we create. We reclaim our esteem, our muse, and our hope when we create.”

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