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Article Title: YES, YOU ARE CREATIVE! Three Ways to Explore Your Creativity

Author: Chris Dunmire

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YES, YOU ARE CREATIVE! Three Ways to Explore Your Creativity

By Chris Dunmire,

Are you one of those people who claim Ďnot to have a creative bone in your body?í If so, youíre going to love this newsflash: Yes, you ARE creative!

Why am I so confident in telling you this? Forrepparttar 140319 simple fact that Iíve observed countless people in my life ó friends, family, and co-workers ó make this same claim only to later realize how wrong they were! Oh, and guess what? I used to be one of those ďIím not creativeĒ people too.

Iíll tell you what. If you still donít believe my claim that, Yes, you ARE Creative!, I challenge you withrepparttar 140320 following exercise.

3 Ways to Explore Your Creativity

Iím a firm believer that you can easily tap into your creativity by expressing yourself through creative arts, crafts, or writing. I want you to choose any one of these mediums for this exercise.

Next, Iím going to prompt you with a project idea that you must agree to spend at least 15-30 minutes of your time on.

Okay, are you ready? Here goes...

If you choose:


Draw, sketch, paint, or collage a picture that incorporates these five elements (realistically or abstractly):

- Door

- Water

- Animal

- Time

- Currency


Using craft sticks, papers, yarns, fabrics, or found objects, do one ofrepparttar 140321 following:

- Design an easy craft project for a pre-school class.

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