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Thanks for clicking through to visit me here! If you like my articles on Tiny Buddha, you’ll love Living a Creative Life. It’s for anyone with a creative hunger, “NON-artists” and “artists” alike.
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Feed Your Soul, Boost Your Happiness, Change the World!
When you do your creative thing, it makes you happy, gives you joy and makes you feel alive. And when you feel happy, joyful and alive, that’s what you take with you in every interaction.
That’s why, when you do your art, you’re not just a painter, scrapbooker, knitter, writer, musician, maker (or fill-in-the-blank) — you’re a Creative World-Changer!
Plus it’s through your unique creative voice that you will touch, influence, and make an impact on the people around you.
And modeling living a creative life inspires others to do the same.
That’s some powerful juju!
But you’ve got to do the work in order to change the world, and that’s where so many of us get stuck.
Doing the work requires letting go of perfectionism, sidestepping the self-doubt gremlins, and dodging distractions.
How in the heck do you do that?
Well, to start with, you’ve got to give yourself permission. You have to get past that voice that says, “What’s the point?”
It’s so easy to think that creative play is frivolous and self-indulgent, but I have 5 reasons why it’s not only good for you — it’s a world-changing act! We all need a reminder of this from time to time.
Just click to join my FREE Member Content Library, and you’ll get instant access to a passel of goodies—including the Full-Color Life Starter Kit, an exclusive interview with Jen Louden, and this printable poster of my 5 reminders why it’s important for you to connect with your creative spirit regularly. Hang it on your wall to refer to anytime your gremlins try to convince you to put your creative spirit on a shelf.
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