Last Thursday, we had the honor of participating in The Essential Creative’s Fireside Chat series. We spoke to its founder, Shell Vera about why we started My Creative Break, about how to make time for creativity and about our upcoming workshop. You’ll be hearing more about our stories, but in
In our last post, we mentioned that while creative output is important, you shouldn’t put yourself down if it seems like you’re having a creative block. Creativity, like many things, requires time, awareness, courage, and rest. Sometimes, having a creative block can increase creative output. We are all naturally creative.