Play takes over…

Another tip from 201 Ways to Arouse Your Creativity.

[My apologies to those who read this when I accidentally posted it on Thursday night.

Sometimes, I’m such a techno-shlub.]

Alison Motluk on New Scientist suggests:

“Be more playful. Horsing around may be better in the long run than hunkering down.”

Horsing around…sounds good to me.

So it was back to toying with some video, audio, and text.

 

 

Writers Horoscope January 6: Today, you count your blessings.

On the heels of yesterday’s post…

Enter Dan Goodwin’s Wakeful Ways at A Big Creative Yes from the 201 Ways to Arouse Your Creativity .

Count your blessings.
As well as feeling happier, it will inevitably help you be more creative too.

Print out my freebie The Eclectic’s Journal and see if filling out that first section gives you a little jump start.

Good luck!


Update on my 31-day, 500 Word Challenge.

 

Writers Horoscope January 3: Your random experiments continue.

 

 

Another video writing prompt, spurred by another tip from 201 Ways to Arouse Your Creativity. 

This one courtesy of Alison Motluk on New Scientist…

“Be more playful. Horsing around may be better in the long run than hunkering down.”

 

Writers Horoscope December 24: Today, experiment randomly.

 

Yet another tip from Joel at Lifehack from 201 Ways to Arouse Your Creativity.

Today’s random experiment: A video-based writing prompt.

 

Writers Horoscope December 16: You revive your notebook habit.

 

From 201 Ways to Arouse Your Creativity,
one of Joel at Lifehack’s ‘rejuvenating tips’:
Carry a notebook everywhere.

 

notes1notes2

Hey, they’re just notes. But my observation of the uncooperative nature of computers nudged me toward drawing a parallel with some people. Possible subject for a short essay or blog post.

I also like the story possibilities of YouTube alerting a teacher to a student straying a bit from the assigned work.