Remember when creating consistently felt like a pipe dream for so many of us with relentlessly busy lives?
And then, COVID-19 happened. Beginning in March, many of us started baking bread, dusting off our piano, and painting for the first time in ages.
Stay-at-home orders forced us to dabble in new ways, and we found that even though we missed our friends and family, we really liked having time to express ourselves.
So: What’s next?
What will become of the creative renaissance that has blossomed in our lives post-pandemic? How can we hold on to the creative practices we cultivated while in quarantine—or finally push past self-doubt to get started?
On episode 28 of She Made It, Clara and I are coming to you from our closets to share a sneak peek of what we’ve been creating during quarantine and all of our best tips for embracing (and maintaining) your creativity in this unique era we’re living through.
Tune in to hear:
- Mindsets to help you break free from comparison and feeling unoriginal
- Tangible ways to make time for creativity when you have other priorities
- How to take your new creative hobbies with you as our global situation shifts
- The creative outlets that Clara and I have been dabbling in
- How to stop taking your creativity so seriously and have more fun with it