After coming up with the idea in July, I’ve finally sat down and completed my plans to begin offering a weekly newsletter to all those who subscribe either through, the one time pop up, this post, or through the subscription sign up form in the sidebar of my site.
I’m calling this free newsletter the Creativity Corner, and it will be dedicated to giving people a creative boost/motivator in the middle of the week. Right now I am planning to send out the newsletter every Wednesday, starting with this Wednesday September, 18th.
Expect to receive an inspirational quote or positive affirmation to get things started along with a tip or advice to becoming a master of creation, which we all are, but sometimes need that extra reminder.
Those who subscribe will get a special offer from me as a thank you for signing up. Can’t wait to start this amazing new journey with you!
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Most people like a nice quiet kind of life. And probably most people achieve that to one degree or another. Unfortunately, life doesn’t always stay quiet. Every once in a while, a series of events leads life into upheaval and chaos.
A lot of emotions are usually attached to upheaval and chaos when it occurs. Anger. Panic. Sadness. Despair. Frustration. Maybe some of it is bitter sweet. Maybe we know the end results will make things better for us, but impatience plagues us each and every step.
It is so easy to be swept away by the emotional tidal waves that buffet us as we try to move our way through a chaotic time. Sometimes the emotions and events are so abrupt and intense, we are left numb and in shock.
All of these emotions may be valid and deeply felt, but they don’t help us stay calm in a storm. They don’t help us find our center so we can navigate our troubled waters with clarity.
Acting out of impulse is not always a bad thing, but a constant series of reaction instead of calculated action can have serious consequences. It can even make chaotic times in our lives even more so.
Why are writing exercises are so important? How often should you do writing exercises? Where do you look to find writing exercises?
First, I want to say that I love to write, but it doesn’t come without inspiration and a lot of hard work. Sometimes a writer has to write without inspiration to get the job done, but eventually writers do need to be re-inspired to find that spark of creativity that caused them to write in the first place. A great way to rediscover that spark is through writing exercises.
Every writer is different. Some writers need the jolt of a writing exercise every day before they begin writing. Others just need the help when beginning new projects or to come up with new project ideas. And there are others (like me) who only use writing exercises every once in a blue moon to take a break from regular writing so to relight the candle of creativity inside.