10 Keys to Creative Living2021-03-19T12:21:41+02:00

10 Keys to Creative Living

By Joan Campbell

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Series: Other Writings – eBook
Genres: Self-Help, Crafts & Hobbies and Writing

Each one of us is a creator. Our words become sentences and thoughts. Our pots simmer with stews of potatoes, tomatoes and aromatic herbs. Our meandering thoughts take us to far-flung, fantastical worlds.

Still, we do not fully value the role of creativity in our lives. The intellect is more highly esteemed than intuition. Science is considered more important than music and art. Over time we’ve told ourselves that creativity is just the gift of the lucky and slightly whacky-few.

But creative living is for everyone. It’s a joyful approach to living in an authentic and unique way, of exploring and playing, of failing and trying again. It’s living with a zest for life and an appreciation of the richness all around is—in nature, relationships, literature or whatever else interests you.

It’s possible to live in this creative, alive way and this book will give you 10 simple keys to help you on the journey of unlocking your creativity.

“My goal has always been not to look forward to the next thing, but to relish and celebrate the successes I have at the moment.”

Dianna Agron


  • Know you are inherently creative
  • Silence your Inner Critic
  • Go outside and play
  • Slow down and look around
  • Hang out with the right crowd
  • Stray off the beaten track
  • Make a start (even if it’s bad)
  • Hone your skills
  • Don’t compare yourself to others
  • Celebrate

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Prepared By: Joan Campbell

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