Your Creative Life
“To practice any art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow. So do it.” – Kurt Vonnegut
Do you find yourself craving a little creativity in your life? Turns out, tapping in to that creative energy can actually improve your overall health. It might sound too good to be true, but simply engaging in creative behaviors (even just coloring in those trendy adult coloring books) improves brain function, mental health, and physical health.
Whether you’re a creative soul or think you haven’t got a single creative bone in your body: creativity has something for you. In today’s marketplace, creativity is linked to innovation: a valuable and sought-after skill.
Artists and creatives have long been admired for their ability to think outside the box, as much as their gifts have been lauded as somehow outlying and mysterious. Despite the myths: creativity is a developable, trainable skill with many positive benefits for us all. ...READ MORE
“Everybody is under enormous stress and pressure that we've never experienced before,” Eads said. “I think art and children’s ability to express themselves through art is very much a healing process. And it's very necessary that kids are able to express themselves in a way that maybe they can't do verbally, or in a traditional manner. Finding art provides that creative outlet.” ...READ MORE