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Read full profile. We all feel uninspired at times. Change Your Environment Get out of the house and go somewhere new.
A new environment can spark inspiration by giving you a new way of looking at things. Get outside the boundaries of your own knowledge to learn something new. Learn ten words in a foreign language, research the music of 17th century Europe or pick up a star chart and learn about our universe.
Think about what you want for your life and start envisioning it. Collect pictures and words that depict this life and bring them together in a vision board. Take some time out in nature and appreciate its amazing beauty. Go for a hike through the bush, climb a mountain or simply have a picnic by the pond in your local park. Bookstores are full of creative inspiration. Spend some time browsing the shelves and get inspired by the beautiful images and interesting ideas.
Push yourself outside the bounds of your creative specialty and try something new. Keep a notebook with you to jot down ideas whenever they strike. These ideas might not seem ground breaking at the time but they might serve as inspiration at a later date. Seeking the simple things about how your creative craft originated, who the pioneers and greats were and how it has progressed over time.
Learn about what other people in your creative field are doing. A quick Google search can be a great source of inspiration when you are low on ideas. Seek out music that is different to what you usually listen to and try it out. What about jazz, classical or rap? Take some time to sit, be still and breathe. Our busy lives can sometimes leave us so frantic that it can be difficult to get inspired. Go follow yours on Twitter and get inspired every day by their musings.
Give yourself a day to just be and do whatever comes to you. You might be surprised at the inspiration that strikes when you least expect it.
Visit your favorite bloggers and read an inspiring post. Pick out a great film and absorb it fully.
Reading about the life of someone you admire can be greatly inspiring. Hearing about their struggles and triumphs can inspire you in your own work. The words of others can be powerful and inspirational. Google creativity quotes and pick out ten that you find inspiring. Keep them in your journal and read them whenever you need a boost. Journaling can be a powerful release and spark creative inspiration both now and in the future.
Your journal is your special space to be open and free with your words, letting what is within shine through.
Seeking the wisdom of others can be incredibly inspiring. Ask someone you admire what the greatest lessons they have learned so far, you might just find a nugget of gold in there. There are so many inspiring TED talks just waiting to be watched.
From science to art, history to technology, whatever your creative thing is, there is a TED talk to inspire you. The classics are rightly named for a reason. Sit with your materials, experiment and create whatever comes to mind without the pressure of deadlines or achieving a particular outcome. The process of experimentation is liberating and can spark some amazing ideas.
Ask your creative friends what they have been up to and get inspired by their enthusiasm and ideas. Sometimes to get inspired, you just need to start! Inspiration comes from doing, so get your materials out and start creating!
Featured photo credit: Marcelo Matarazzo via unsplash. Tyler Forney is a content creator who has a passion for life Seeking the simple things and self motivation. The key to Lasting Motivation is knowing your Motivation Style! Staying Motivated Advertising. Michaela Cristallo Read full profile. Share Pin it Tweet Share. Learn Something New Get outside the boundaries of your own knowledge to learn something new. Create a Vision Board Think about what you want for your life and start envisioning it.
Get Back to Nature Take some time out in nature and appreciate its amazing beauty.
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