Try asking yourself these 5 questions:
1. What sparks my curiosity?
2. What do I find myself googling again and again?
3. What's my favorite section of a bookstore? (Remember those?)
4. Which pinterest boards (or magazines) could I pore over for hours at a time?
5. What do I find myself daydreaming about when I "should" be doing something else?
Pondering the answers to these questions can help you tap into the things you're curious about to help you quickly and easily reignite your creative energy!
In her book, The Nine Modern Day Muses and a Bodyguard, author Jill Badonsky introduces Albert, the muse of imagination and innovation inspired by Albert Einstein.
In the Albert chapter Badonsky writes:
"Curiosity is an attitude that can be cultivated and expanded. Our curious attitude can find new possibilities in anything. Curiosity is a form of wonder ~ being in a state of wonder is being open to all there is still to learn. Being in wonder is to be in love with life. It is a return to childlike expectations, untainted by adult rigidity and cynicism."
What's one small way you can use your curiosity to tap into the wonders of life and play with new creative possibilities in the coming week?
Until next time, all the best from my curious Creative Oasis to yours,
Jill Allison Bryan
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