How To Find Creative Inspiration Everyday

Everyone gets a bit stuck now and then.
Sometimes finding creative inspiration can seem difficult, stuck on what to write, stuck on what to draw, or what to create. These ideas may help you to boost your imagination and let the ideas come flooding in! Today I wanted to share with you...
Go for a nice long walk. Preferably somewhere peaceful and beautiful. Whether you take your music and block out the world, or just want the peace and quiet. Listen to the sounds of nature. 

Exhausted with lack of inspiration? Take a quick power nap! If you are desperately trying to come up with something, anything. Working that hard is not going to help the creative juices flow. Take a rest. Trust me. ;)

Get in the kitchen and cook something delicious! Grab a cookbook and pick a recipe totally at random, search online for something new to make! Or even just start putting things together and create a whole new recipe yourself! You never know, it might be amazing.

Use photos, or memories to jot down some ideas! Speak to relatives, look through old photo albums. Remember back to your childhood, or even when your little ones were younger can stir up a lot of creativity!

Everyone likes to dress up? Surely? It doesn't have to be a costume, or fancy dress! Dig out your very prettiest dress, or an item of clothing that really makes you feel confident. It totally makes a difference to your mood. 

Dreams are one of the most interesting things to write about! If you don't write it down when you wake up, you'll probably forget it!

Sit down with a good book, and zone out for a while! Pick up a good old favourite, or why not try something completely different. Venture to your local library and pick out something you wouldn't normally go for, or even download an audio book.

Grab some paper. Grab some coloured pencils. Don't think 'right i'm going to draw this', just draw. Put your pencil to the paper and let your imagination flow! No one has to see your drawings!

How do you find creative inspiration?

(The images were drawn by my brother when he was younger!)

This post was featured by Twinkl in their Creativity in Children blog

1 comment

Sarah said...

Hehe thank you, I will tell him :)
And thanks for the tip! That's a good one! xx