Being someone who is a creative person by nature, I like to think (perhaps like many others) that creativity is something I can dip into without fail - a Mary Poppins' carpet bag of ideas and inspiration. However, there are times that I brush against the bottom of the bag.
How do you do that, though, when you're farming creativity? For me, a few practices have helped me move through these periods of creative rest.
Maybe it’s just me, but I find that staying informed of current research practice often feels like I’m trying to take a sip of water from a fire hose. Journal articles only scratch the surface, with vast more treasures lying in wait through social media postings.
Personal blog for Bryn Robinson, PhD. All opinions are my own.