Artists and poets have for centuries talked about ‘the muse.’
The muse is the source of inspiration. It has often been seen as some kind of dark supernatural force, but actually it can be anyone around you or something as mundane as a photograph or a walk in the park.
If you can identify your muse and turn to it when you need inspiration, this will help you unlock your creative flow.
Yep – it’s that time again. Halloween is just around the corner!
Today’s Tuesday Tutorial shows you fun, easy and unique ways to create some of the cutest pumpkins around.
Hello, hello my Creativity Cohorts, and welcome to this week’s ‘Creativity Round-Up’!
As usual, it’s been a wild and crazy week here at CFL.
In addition to writing and posting and creating graphics (oh my!), I’ve also been poring over tons of articles and YouTube videos in an attempt to decide what kind of planner I want to order for the upcoming year.
This is a harder decision than one might think – you see, I’m a planner-a-holic, and have almost NEVER met a planner I didn’t like.
I think I’ve got it narrowed down to either an Erin Condren Life Planner or a Plum Paper Planner.
Halloween is a time of fun costumes, candy and ghost stories. And what would it be without spooky decorations?
Scary stuff hanging around the house sets the mood for the holiday much like decorated trees and mistletoe set the mood for Christmas.
Design leader Catherine Courage challenges us to drive innovation in the workplace by igniting our innate creativity from childhood.
Looking for some creative holidays to celebrate in the upcoming week? Look no further!
Everyone knows that you need to apply creativity to your business to make it succeed. This creative effort has a clear end in mind – to develop new products or streamline your business processes to increase profits.
But creativity is also an end in itself and you should be allowing time to simply let your creative juices flow.
When writing about World Post Day last week, it occurred to me that a video on how to create “Mail Art” would make a great Tuesday Tutorial!