In January we looked at a few basic questions regarding creativity, and, this month the topics will be specifically about creativity in the home So, first if all, why should you be creative at home? We’ve looked at why creativity is important and what it means to be creative, but why should we focus some of these creative energies at home?
When I am looking for a project that doesn’t involve a huge amount of thinking and is pretty portable, a crochet blanket comes high on my list. There are definitely some complicated and beautiful patterns out there but this selection has met my criteria of simple, “memorisable” pattern and remnant friendly. I have made aContinue reading “Easy Crochet Blanket Patterns”
I think we’ve all experienced this in one form or another. Stifling our creativity because of “I-DON’T-HAVE-TIME-ITIS” or because we’re “not good enough” or because we felt like it was a waste of time, you’re busy and all that.
As you may remember, one of my goals for 2020 was to use up some of my fabric stash. This first project is for my daughter and it’s a nice simple one.
I’ve been wondering… have you been reading my posts on what it means to be creative and how creativity is important and thinking “that’s nice but I don’t think it’s me?” This post is for you and anyone else who doubts their creativity.
In our home, no birthday is complete without a homemade birthday cake. Our kids get to choose the flavour and a theme, if they want, but the cake is kept a surprise (if we can!) until the birthday party.
Last week we were talking about what it means to be creative and I got a lot of positive feedback from you, which I’m really glad about. This week we will follow on from that by looking why creativity is important.
So without further ado my word for 2020 is… drumroll please… creative.
Inspired by this word I have started this blog with the intent to document my journey in exploring creativity at home.
First, we’ll look at what the word creative means. It basically means turning new and imaginative ideas into reality.
With two children under two, it seemed that the mess and washing were never-ending and I struggled to find time for myself. Depression and and anxiety had me firmly in their grip.