Committing to creativity
Apart from wanting to help people achieve their creative dreams, there is evidence that being creative is good for your health. In The art of being mentally healthy, Dr Christina Davies et al. from UWA suggest that two or more hours a week of arts engagement is associated with mental health benefits.
So no more excuses, get creative!
What, you say? Yes, of course, you WANT to … but are you having trouble committing to doing something creative? Or to any other worthwhile pursuit for that matter?
Like motivating yourself to exercise, eat well or change to any healthier habit, sometimes we need to kick start ourselves by committing to something tangible. Creativity is no different.
So how can we get going? Here are some strategies that I’ve found helpful:
1. Decide your goal.
Name it in beautiful, confronting, terrifying, real words.
2. Break your goal into achievable steps
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