This totally colourful book is a creation in itself!
For anyone with a curious mind and who loves exploring, it is a treasure trove. Even better - it has list making activities. My creative dabbling always has me honing in on the senses and wondering about things. This book helps (re)connect your creativity and senses through daily practice activities and observations. Chances are you may be doing these things already without really thinking about it. Try out these questions from the first chapter and why not check out her inspiring website.
Get into the zone…
what are your favourite sensations?
Make a list.
Describe what this image evokes for you.
Chose a book off your shelf that you have not read yet.
Let the pages fall open randomly and write down the first sentence you see.
Go to page 5 – write down the first sentence you see.
Go to your birthday page - write down the first sentence you see.
Find the page of your age - write down the first sentence you see.
Go to the last page - write down the first sentence you see.
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For me, it seems there is not much difference between wondering and wandering. It has always helped me find inspiration. Creative dabbling is good for the soul, I couldn't imagine life without it and often surprise myself by what I come up with.