5 Ways to Get Your Creative Mojo Back


We have ALL struggled from time to time with putting out creative content. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a blog post, sewing project, or whatever the case may be. So, here are a 5 simple ways to get yourself out of that creative slump.

         1.   Magazines. Whether its fashion, lifestyle or home decor, read whatever inspires you and gets you excited to try something new. I would suggest not limiting yourself to the current crop of magazines. Look at some vintage (or just old) magazines for ideas. You never know what might ignite that creative spark.





2.  Reading other blogs. Seeing what others have made is a great way to get inspired.
         3.   Periscope. If you haven’t gotten into Periscope, you should. There is an entire crafting and sewing community there whose member life stream daily/weekly. I find that I’m always getting ideas, learning new techniques, and finding out about patterns I want to try.
         4.    Brain dump. Whatever method you want to use, it’s always a good idea to get rid of the mental clutter.


          5.   Re-organize and clean the sewing room/creative space. Cleaning my sewing area and getting things re-organized always helps me. Just like brain dumping gets rid of the mental clutter, cleaning my sewing room helps get rid of the physical clutter. I have a hard time working in a disorganized space (visual clutter=mental clutter).

     Until next time…

      
     


      



4 thoughts on “5 Ways to Get Your Creative Mojo Back

  1. Yes, cleaning up my sewing space is a great kickstart for me! You're right about visual clutter making for mental clutter. Sometimes I uncover notes to myself for projects or even fabric I forgot I had. Thanks for the ideas!

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