Here are a few suggestions from Melyssa Griffin on how she enhances her creative side. You’ve probably tried most or all of these, but they serve as worthy reminders.
From a creative standpoint, how will life be different a year from now?
In her YouTube video, Creative Reinvention: The Power to Choose, Elaine Shelly says, “‘Choosing’ is saying yes to that nagging voice, it’s saying yes to your dreams and goals.”
Will this coming year require your ‘saying yes’?
In my search for inspiration, I came across this valuable quote and learned of the book. Nice payoff, I’d say.
As for ‘choosing to create’, I appreciated this Medium.com post by Thomas Oppong.
— “Great discoveries often evolve as slow hunches, maturing and connecting to other ideas over time. Never miss an opportunity to show up and share.”
— “We are more like Einstein, Leonardo, and Mozart than not!”
Continuing work on my Incomplete Book of Retirement Wisdom, which also doubles as a collection of eCards. I’ve added it to Etsy and have to rewrite it for Draft2Digital, as I misinterpreted their formatting instructions.
Save/download the image above and send it to a retired/soon-to-retire friend or family member.
call it up in an image editing program [even a presentation program like PowerPoint will work]
slap an even better caption on top of mine or add a personal comment
export it as a JPG or PNG, and email/text message it to that person.