by Cathy Baker
Ready to strengthen your muscles? Your creative ones, I mean. Turns out, those who are more active are more likely to be creative than those who are sedentary.
So, grab your walking shoes, racquet, roller blades, or any other
torture device equipment and let’s invite our Creative Self on a date, thanks to Julia Cameron, The Miracle of the Artist’s Date:
|Image courtesy of Pixabay/Ryan McGuire|
“Go Rollerblading. Strap on some skates and feel your spirit start to glide. This date pays dividends in fitness and in creativity. The regular stroke-stroke-stroke fires the imagination. Songwriters “catch” lyrics. Poets catch poems. Your muscles, too, will thank you for the workout.”
What’s one simple way you can feed your creativity this week by being more active? Feel free to share in the comment section!
And, CONGRATS to Beth Fortune, the winner of last Monday’s drawing via Random Name Picker!
Regular Exercise Could Boost Creativity, Huffington Post
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