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    Default 29 ways to stay creative

    kinetic typography video, which shows you what you need to know
    http://vimeo.com/24302498

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    Nice video.

    I have to learn to keep #4 in mind more often. I spend waaaay to much time at the computer.
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    This is really good and useful information/advice. Thankyou for posting this.

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    I need to do all of these... Especially free-writing.

    Great video!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    Nice video.

    I have to learn to keep #4 in mind more often. I spend waaaay to much time at the computer.
    Lists of inspirational, creativity-stimulating sites can be found all over the internet. DeviantART is probably one of the best-known examples one could give. There's plenty of creativity spread online. That's one of the positive aspects of it that I try to keep in mind when I realise I also spend a lot of time in front of a computer monitor.

    Great video, useful advice.

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    The list in writing, as I can't keep up with the video.

    1. Make Lists
    2. Carry a notebook everywhere
    3. Try free writing
    4. Get away from the computer
    5. Quit beating yourself up
    6. Take breaks
    7. Sing in the shower
    8. Drink coffee
    9. Listen to new music
    10. Be open
    11. Surround yourself with creative people
    12. Get feedback
    13. Collaborate
    14. Don't give up
    15. Practice
    16. Allow yourself to make mistakes
    17. Go somewhere new
    18. Count your blessings
    19. Get lots of rest
    20. Take risks
    21. Break the rules
    22. Don't force it
    23. Read a page of the dictionary
    24. Create a framework
    25. Stop trying to be someone else's perfect
    26. Got an Idea? Write it down
    27. Clean your workspace
    28. Have fun
    29. Finish something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    The list in writing, as I can't keep up with the video.

    1. Make Lists
    2. Carry a notebook everywhere
    3. Try free writing
    4. Get away from the computer
    5. Quit beating yourself up
    6. Take breaks
    7. Sing in the shower
    8. Drink coffee
    9. Listen to new music
    10. Be open
    11. Surround yourself with creative people
    12. Get feedback
    13. Collaborate
    14. Don't give up
    15. Practice
    16. Allow yourself to make mistakes
    17. Go somewhere new
    18. Count your blessings
    19. Get lots of rest
    20. Take risks
    21. Break the rules
    22. Don't force it
    23. Read a page of the dictionary
    24. Create a framework
    25. Stop trying to be someone else's perfect
    26. Got an Idea? Write it down
    27. Clean your workspace
    28. Have fun
    29. Finish something.
    Awesome, thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    The list in writing, as I can't keep up with the video.

    1. Make Lists
    2. Carry a notebook everywhere
    3. Try free writing
    4. Get away from the computer
    5. Quit beating yourself up
    6. Take breaks
    7. Sing in the shower
    8. Drink coffee
    9. Listen to new music
    10. Be open
    11. Surround yourself with creative people
    12. Get feedback
    13. Collaborate
    14. Don't give up
    15. Practice
    16. Allow yourself to make mistakes
    17. Go somewhere new
    18. Count your blessings
    19. Get lots of rest
    20. Take risks
    21. Break the rules
    22. Don't force it
    23. Read a page of the dictionary
    24. Create a framework
    25. Stop trying to be someone else's perfect
    26. Got an Idea? Write it down
    27. Clean your workspace
    28. Have fun
    29. Finish something.
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