If you’re feeling tired, stuck, and in need of an energy boost to inspire your creative heart and mind, here are 30 ideas for you! These will help clear your head and get your mind and body in creative mode so that you are ready for busy wedding season!
Crafts, toys, blocks and play dough can rejuvenate you and release creative juices.
Those weighted blankets are getting a lot of praise!
Check out the Happy Planner products on Amazon or at your local craft store. They have so many fun planners, notebooks, sticker books, and accessories that make planning and journaling fun and creative.
Here are 5 of the latest popular cookbooks to give you new ideas for eating and cooking:
To your favorite place or a place you’ve been eager to visit.
Or find a cause you is near and dear to your heart. Wish Upon a Wedding is a great organization that grants wedding wishes for couples who are in dire circumstances.
Have you always wanted to learn how to play guitar or how to grow a garden? Or maybe you would love to learn how to make pottery or knit. Learning a new hobby or skill can be just the right thing to kick your creativity into high gear.
Flower garden, vegetable garden, or both? If you don’t have outside space for a garden, consider planting a container garden indoors or on your patio.
You may find a piece of furniture you want to refinish or spot a perfect vintage scarf that fits your style.
I find Aveda’s Rosemary Mint Products so refreshing. Trader Joe’s has a more economical alternative that is nice as well.
That bag, that dress, that trip, that educational conference. That might be just the incentive you need. Celebrate your effort and wins!
One of my favorite things to do is pick up a drink from my favorite coffee shop then browse through the local bookstore.
My favorite is Catch Phrase. Catch Phrase is a game of fast talking. Get the word or phrase, and rattle off as many clues as you can until your team guesses it. Then pass the disk before it buzzes or the other team gets the point. It’s a fun way to relax, laugh, and connect.
What do you do to jump start your creativity or to get out of a rut? Share your ideas in the comments and don’t forget to pin this for future reference!
This is a guest post from Tammy Golson Fallon. Tammy is the owner and creative director of Tammy Golson Events, and a co-founder of Boston Planners Dining Club. With over 10 years of experience, Tammy plans luxury weddings for couples throughout New England, in New York City, and in the Midwest.
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