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ONE MONTH CREATIVITY DIET – COMPARE AND CONTRAST


PART FIVE to prepare for your one month creativity diet –  COMPARE AND CONTRAST. Here is a great way to begin always, be conscious – ie ask yourself, ‘What has changed since I decided to spend one month on a Creativity Diet? Take a piece of paper. Take a pen….

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ONE MONTH CREATIVITY DIET – WRITE A DAILY JOURNAL

Linda McLean

PART FOUR of your MONTH OF CREATIVITY DIET will help you stay focused. WRITE A JOURNAL Write about your creative project every day. As much or as little as you want. At bare minimum write the date and one word to describe how you’re feeling about putting yourself on this…

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ONE MONTH CREATIVITY DIET – COMMIT TO SHOWING UP


STEP 3 to prepare for your month on a CREATIVITY DIET is to make the commitment to stay on your diet. If it helps, make yourself accountable to someone else. COMMIT TO SHOWING UP FOR ONE MONTH This may be the hardest step in your month of creativity diet.  It…

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ONE MONTH CREATIVITY DIET – CHOOSE A FIRST PROJECT


STEP TWO – CHOOSE YOUR FIRST PROJECT, JUST ONE PROJECT with the thought ‘Make it Easy’ in mind. To be creative is a choice. Diet – TO BEGIN MAKE IT EASY Now that you have a Creative Goal you have a vision of what kind of creativity you want to…

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CREATIVITY DIET – CHOOSE ONE CREATIVE GOAL


STEP ONE – To get started on your month long diet of creativity CHOOSE ONE CREATIVE GOAL MY FRIENDS, NOW IS THE TIME TO BE WILD MIND! I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. We are ALL CREATIVE ALL THE TIME – whether we realize it or not, we…

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ONE MONTH CREATIVITY DIET


A CREATIVITY DIET? It makes sense to me. I’m always on the lookout for ways to improve my diet, ie the food I eat, ie plans that make sense and will bring balance and nourishment into my life. Like all of us, I want to feel great and have lots…

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WE ARE ALL CREATIVE


‘There are no accidents.’ That’s what a piano teacher told me once, the teacher who had me practice Bartok and counterpoint rhythms to train right and left hands to play independently and in unison. What has that got to do with creativity?  Taking piano lessons with Peter was like trying…

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To Blog or Not to Blog – Reluctant Blogger


I admit my reluctance to head into this blog 0-sphere. It’s not that I don’t love writing. Like many of you I feel I was born to write. It’s not words that keep me from wanting to participate in this world. It’s because once upon a time I talked myself…

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