Earlier this week we looked back on Jessica’s favourite posts. Now here are mine!
I take my job of blogger very seriously (I remove my Groucho Marx glasses every time I settle down to write to you). A lot of these posts are not just crazy, random humour, but were written to help you understand your Creativity better. Several of those listed below cover essential secrets to keeping your Creativity happy and healthy. Please take a look. You might learn something helpful.
- Why ‘Childish’ is the Greatest Complement You Can Pay Your Creativity – I get the giggles every time I see the photo for this post. (Ahem! There’s seriously helpful stuff in there too…somewhere…such cute glasses!)
- Ride Your Creative Wave – Any post that mentions bellybutton fluff has to be good, right? (And helpful! It’s helpful bellybutton fluff.)
- What are You Exchanging Your Life For? – This one gives me goose pimples (actually they look like turkey pimples, but that was more than you needed to know) every time I read it, because we Creativities are completely at your mercy when it comes to how time is spent.
- Save Your Creativity from the Deadline Stupor – I can personally vouch for the usefulness of every point in this post.
- Keeping Your Creativity Entertained – This is important! If you don’t treat your Creativity right (as outlined in this post) he/she may not be there when you need ideas.
- Prove Yourself Trustworthy – How you treat your Creativity’s ideas may be the difference between being inundated with more wonders of the Imagination, or facing an inspiration wilderness. (See? Serious and helpful stuff.)
- Immunizing Your Creativity Against Criticism – Sooner or later you’re gonna come up against other people’s opinions. Do your Creativity a favour and prepare for the inevitable by reading this post.
- Cheesy Advice…The Good Kind – The world is full of writing advice. Instead of going stark raving mad, why not view it all as a cheese sampler?
And my favourite post so far is…cinamon roll please…
- Building Trust in Your Creativity – I take you on your very own jungle adventure with the action hero of your choice! (It gets helpful somewhere towards the end.)
Well, there. Doesn’t that list make it look like I’ve been working hard? I’m off to reward myself with some unabashed saxophone playing and a long drink of chocolate mud cake.