“Creative time allows us to move out of the chatter of our left brain and into the peace and serenity of our right brain.”
"If your intention is to accomplish something, or do something well or have something look good, then you will not receive much benefit from your creative time. These fun activities can actually add to your stress if you have any judgment regarding the result. Creative time is about process rather than outcome..."
"Cooking, sewing, drawing, painting, ceramics, sculpture, writing poetry, writing fiction, writing music, playing music, dancing, woodworking, carving, gardening, making jewelry, acting, singing, inventing — all will replenish your soul and lighten your heart..."
Take time every day to do something creative, whether it be writing, acting or working with your hands.
Taken from a Facebook page called, UNTEMPLATER, someone writes about your creative time on this fan page: http://untemplater.com/self-improvement/productivity/protect-your-creative-time/
Protect your creative time from distractions.
Protect your creative time from other people.
Protect your creative time from yourself.
"Whatever the case, whenever it is your creative time, embrace it and don’t let things get in the way..."
"This means focusing. Close the door. Turn off the internet. Put the phone in the other room. Whatever it takes to remove distractions..."
"Don’t answer email. Don’t fix problems that aren’t yours. Don’t manage other people. Don’t schedule your meetings or phone calls during these periods..."
"...sometimes you are your own worst enemy. We sabotage our own creative time by not putting it at the top of our priority list..."