Exercise your creative muscle to stay on top of your game. You can do it without any tools, just use your mind. Find more ways to be creative.
I don’t believe in writer’s block. Three things are responsible for being unable to create and here are some tips to fix them.
Turning thirty has Tessa reminiscing about the past decade. She talks about how she realised that writing fiction was what she wanted to do most and how she got to that point.
Creative Confidence is definitely recommended for anyone who wants more creativity in their lives or needs a new perspective on their job. Take your time reading it and think of how you can make a difference in your world.
Everyone has moments when words don’t really happen. In such cases you have two choices: write or don’t write. If you choose to write, then get to it! You don’t have time to read this. But when you don’t write, you can still do work as a writer. There is more to being a writer
Today, Raven fires off a quick stream of consciousness about being inspired by things that might draw scorn (or worse).
New ideas are awesome, fresh inspiration is fantastic, and motivation can strike like a bolt out of the blue.
Unfortunately, that bolt can sometimes hit us right when we’re in the middle of something else. Today, Raven talks about the three methods he uses to deal with the potentially terrible timing of new ideas.
Getting into the zone. Every artist has heard this phrase, but what is it really? I take a closer look at the concept of ‘flow’ and how you, the artist, can use it to your advantage.
Raven talked to you last week about some of his sources of inspiration and this week I want to highlight the strongest source of mine: dreams.