Creative blocks don't have to last forever and these projects might just do the trick. We will be looking at projects and activities that you can try. These projects focus on freeform creativity. The focus is on letting go of expectations and rules about how we are “supposed” to create. You don't need to purchase any special tools or supplies. Use what you have on hand.
Last week we discussed creative slumps. A creative slump can feel devastating and even crippling to a creative person. Creating is an integral part of someone’s personal identity. A creative block can happen at any time, to anyone, no matter your creative medium. Don't be discouraged if you find yourself in this situation. We will be discussing creative slumps in more detail.
All creatives find themselves in creative slumps. A creative block doesn't just happen to individuals who like to paint and craft. Writers, actors, woodworkers, and sculptors alike can be affected. No matter your creative medium, don't be discouraged if you find yourself in this situation. It is important to step back and evaluate what you are experiencing. Why do you think you might be having a creative block?