How do you make time for creativity?

IMG_4342_phAn interesting discussion popped up on facebook, started by the question: “How do you make time for creativity?”

“Set time for it in your agenda, or just do it”, was my first reaction and I continued: “I usually allow myself time for that in week-ends: it’s relaxing for me, combined with outdoor activity.”
Then someone answered the same question: “You have to allow it first!”
“Before allowing”, I replied, “it’s accepting that creative side of us that wants to be expressed … it won’t go away! It even makes us happy when we allow it. It took me years to understand that. And what I find now? It has a ripple effect: more I allow it, more positive effect has on others (beside the boomerang effect mentioned above). And to make peace with my mind (focused on my coaching business), I bring now my art into my business… because both have the same positive impact, and they can compliment very well. 🙂 So, I’m more willing now to give my creative side the time it needs.”

What do you think about this topic? How do you make time for creativity?


PS: Follow me to see how my artistic side unfolds:


About Gabriela Casineanu

Building a better world by tapping into introvert power. I'm a Thoughts Designer, Trailblazer and Artist, with a background in Engineering, IT, Quality Assurance, Business and Coaching. Yep, seems a lot ... but I came a full circle. :-) I enjoyed every phase I've been through, especially my last years when the pieces of my puzzle start coming together!
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2 Responses to How do you make time for creativity?

  1. Welcome Mihaela, thanks for your comment!
    Planning for a sewing day it’s a great idea, if you enjoy it. Yes, creativity pops out usually, and I don’t think it’s related only to the artistic side.
    The initial question for this blog post was related to the artistic side, for someone who has a business (that doesn’t include art).


  2. Usually, my creativity pops out when I need it! Like when my Daughter said “Mommy, can you make a cape (or a dress, or a skirt) for me? I want to be like..this, and this….” Is a challenge because she dreams high, but the smile on her face pays off.
    I should plan a day for sewing.

    Thank you, Gabriela


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