1. The use of the imagination or original ideas. (The Oxford Dictionary), 2. The ability to create. (Merriam-Webster)
What is your definition of creativity? Is it someone who is crafty? Someone who paints, draws or does some form of art? When we asked people what they thought it meant to be creative, the majority of answers surrounded these things.
Here at The Novel Turtle, we want to expand your ideas about creativity. We also want to help you create the life that you’ve always wanted. We want to show that everyone is creative in their own way. We have seen so many people, who think they aren’t creative, who come up with very creative ideas to solve a problem. We’ve seen many a person who thinks they aren’t creative, who create the life of their dreams by thinking outside the box. Using creativity will help you to not only find what you love to do in the world, but it will allow you to help others find their joy as well. When you are doing what you love it shows, people are drawn to it, and they are inspired by it.
We hope you will join us. Each week there will be a new post. Some things are designed to simply make you smile. Others are to help you get your creative juices flowing. Many of our posts are designed to help you search within yourself, find your strengths and weaknesses, and use those to make the world a happier place. We’ll occasionally do Q&A Sessions with people who inspire us, who are doing what they love to do.
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Yesterday in our “What Can Doodling Do for You?” post I talked about the Nazca Lines having a greater purpose and meaning something more. This brought up questions for a lot of people: What do my doodles mean? Do they mean something deeper? If I doodle a lot, is there something wrong with me, or […]
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