3 Ways I Maintain Myself Creative

3 Ways I Maintain Myself Creative

The most difficult thing is to create!

And I experience that, first hand! I’ exhausted sometimes, now, for the matter. When I start writing, I just have a blank page in front of me and an empty brain. At work, I’m asked t bring something new, to create a banner or a design.

It is the most hard thing to do, because to create is hard. Right now I have a deja-vu and it’s so frickin’ weird!

Whenever I want to write something, I start with “I don’t know what to write about, I don’t have anything interesting to say..” and it goes. It is hard to have a full-time job and run a blog also. So, I applaud those who make an income from their blog, having a full-time job.

Right now, I still don’t have any clear idea of what I want to write, but I’ll just continue let my hand go through the keyboard.

3 Ways I Maintain Myself Creative

1.Read other blogs

I’m always, always, on somebody else’s blog/website. I need inspiration, so where to look for it, if not in similar places like mine.  For the most part, usually for work I have a look on Entrepreneur or LinkedIn.

To keep up with my blog, I usually read other fellow bloggers to come with new blog post ideas or try something else.

2.Look around you. There’s awlays some things to inspire you to write.

One time, a blog post idea came when I was almost asleep, so I had to get up and write it down! Anywhere, inspiration can strike you!

3.Surround yourself with creative things like your work space or people.

People always come and go from your life, it’s better if you realise in advance who are the bad people there… Get rid of the negative influence, surround yourself with good people who have vision for the future.

And also surround yourself with powerful people, who are older than you and who realised something , regarding work.

What are your ways to stay creative?


After I finished the 1st year in PR I didn’t know what to do next in my career, so I started this blog to document my experiences.
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