Creative processes – which one is best?

Hi YABookcasers!

Another day, another question about the creative arts. However, it’s actually not that simple, because I’m not just talking about the creative arts. With the passing of the magnificent, unrivaled Stephen Hawkings, it made me want to reaffirm a strong belief of mine: there is a creative process to everything – science, technology, art, writing, business, workmanship, life.

I realize I might have opened a jar of worms here, as there as many processes as there are people. And I think that’s a great thing. But I want to look at the creative process that I think is the best:


No. The title of this post wasn’t to trick you. It was to show that we’re each different, and that we each have our own way of looking at the world. That there isn’t a quick fix to make things come together quicker or easier when it comes to creative processes. The right one, the best one, is the one that inspires you, the one that ignites your passion, the one that helps you reach deeper into the questions that burn within you.

This isn’t about the creative process of just art and its many forms. It’s about creativity in life. How are you going to paint the colors of your life? How are you going to splash your feelings and questions about our world on the canvas of your life? It’s up to you, and the process you follow is the best one for you. Adapt, grow, change, stay the same, work, play, anything you want, because this is your journey, and only you can take it. You are the creator of your own future, and it’s your process.

So, go on…be creative in the only way you can.

Until next post.

Fiona xox

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