Journaling Saves - Inspiring prompts and creative guidance to jump-start your journaling. What inspires you to journal, write something personal about your life? People tend to write about the bigger events in their lives. But, when you actually read your old journal entries, the best are those written about an ordinary kind of day. Or a catch up entry which helps you remember everything that was happening at that time in your life. Things you had long forgotten but remember all over again with that little reminder.
This post is dedicated to my friend, Jules Ann.
RIP Julie. It's weird, but I'm glad we made all those future plans about a week before you died. I'm glad we didn't know there wasn't time.
My brother bought me a Kobo Touch eReader for Christmas. Also, a travel case so it can safely travel around with me getting bumped about in my purse or backpack as I bus around town. Now, I'm on the learning curve to figure out how to use an eReader, especially how to load and share ebooks. I'm not even sure about all the correct terminology so I have a long way to go. I'm getting started by installing the software today. Scoop.it: The eReader Emporium Scoop.it: eBooks, eResources, eReaders The eBook Reader Blog
Creativity is about constraints. Weirdly, many people seem to see creativity as the opposite, as being about expansion. We must think outside the box. We must generate ideas. The problem of how to be creative is the problem of thinking up things. But this is wrong. Or in any case, the opposite is just as correct. Creativity is all about thinking inside the right box. There is an infinite amount of possible ideas. The problem is not how to come up with ideas, but how to remove the ideas that are no good. The problem is not how to think outside the box, but where on the infinite plain of thought to put it. Creative work is about finding ever narrower constraints, until you are left with only one idea that fits the bill. That’s the right one.via Themes, Creativity, and Constraints « Tape Noise Diary.