Creative,  Lifestyle

27 Years, With 27 Ways to Stay Creative.

So I recently just turned 27 this past February!! Yayy Me!!

So far year 27 has been super different. Honestly, 27 has been a weird age, but I’m only a month in, so lets give it a couple of months. Honestly I feel like year 27 will be filled with lots of creativity weather it’s in the artistic medium, friendships, or however creativity comes alive.

This year I already have amazing trips planned, such as Belize in June, and New York City and D.C. in July. I’m so grateful to have the opportunity and the creative job to be able to travel to amazing places for work.

So with that being said I’ve decided to share with you guys 27 ways to stay creative. Most of these I have also put into use though out my 27 years of life!

1.Create A Framework

2.Carry A Notebook EVERYWHERE!

3.Get Away From The Computer

4.Quit Beating Yourself Up

5.Take Breaks

6.Collaborate

7.Have Fun

8.Go Somewhere New

9.Listen To Music

10.Try Free Writing

11.Count Your Blessings

12.Take Risks

13.Clean Your Work-space

14.Get Feedback

15.Don’t Compare Yourself

16.Practice, Practice, Practice

17.Watch Foreign Films

18.Do More Of What Makes You Happy

19.Got An Idea? Write It Down!

20.Have A Vision? Write It Down!

21.Be Open

22.Allow Yourself to Make Mistakes

23.Know Your Roots

24.Pray

25.Don’t Force It

26.Finish Something

27.Don’t Give Up!

Please feel free to comment weather or not these tips help you or if you’re already putting them into use. I would love to know your thoughts!!

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3 Comments

  • Silvia | A Tot of Gen Y

    Hey Lauren, I like your positivity! We’re the same age so I can totally relate to most of the items on your list. What I’ve always found useful is to carry around a notebook for quick sketching, weird ideas, funny thoughts and many more. There are just so many opportunities with one white piece of paper 🙂

  • Tamara Glennon

    #22 Allow yourself to make mistakes and don’t compare yourself are my biggest hurdles. Thanks for the reminder!

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