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Creativity Explosion! March 1, 2010

Filed under: practice — jennsheridan @ 6:19 pm
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I just love how much my creative juices are flowing right now! The new year brought a bubbling up of ideas that hasn’t really stopped. While I don’t necessarily have time to act on these ideas, I’m still spending an hour or two a day nursing, which means me and the baby in a dark room with minimal stimulus — ideal conditions for creative flow. I absolutely love being plugged in and just allowing things to flow out of me. It’s almost like an idea faucet — once the faucet is on, it flows all the time. I’m taking notes in meetings, when I get out of the shower, in the car. It’s a beautiful thing!

The year kicked off with the idea for a book. And then another book. And then last week a third book came to the surface. When I set my goals for the first three months of the year, I included “complete book outline,” thinking I knew what that meant. Well, I’m very excited to say that I have completed a book outline as of today — just not the one I had in mind in January!

The great thing is I’m getting to practice what I preach. I may not have hours that I can sit down and “work on my book,” but I do have a few minutes here and there to take notes. Sometimes those notes are really brief sketches so I will remember what I was thinking later. Other times they are full and complete paragraphs. In an amazingly short amount of time I’ve thoroughly sketched out what I’d like for this book to include, taking notes for each of the eight chapters, and even written a few paragraphs for most of the chapters. This it the ultimate in taking things one moment at a time, not getting caught up in what tomorrow will bring, and redefining what it means to get things done. Booyah!

Wish me luck on this new creative journey. I may not know exactly where it will lead, but I sure am having fun in the meantime! Namaste.

Photo: “Crayola Lincoln Logs,” originally uploaded by laffy4k

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