When I saw Michelle Ocker’s post on the 30 Day Creativity Challenge, I thought: “Let’s Do This.” Good enough for them, good enough for me.
Except for the fact that I rarely create a habit, I tic-tac back and forth until it sticks. 30 days may change that. Then the impostor says to me, you can’t be creative. You start and then stop. But being creative means anything goes. Besides it might be worthwhile to see what I can try. And I already have a few ideas. And if all fails, I can fold an origami crane.
And that hat will be my motivation. Curiosity!
One response to “The 30 Day Creativity Challenge: Day 0”
The good things about this 30 day challenge is the flexibility. You can mix up what you actually do to be creative – maybe the variety will help you break the ‘I can’t make it a habit’ block!