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How are you creative

How are you creative – This is the writing prompt that came up. It asked how I am creative. Well ….

How are you creative

How are you creative - This is the writing prompt that came up. It asked how I am creative. Well ….

In this writing prompt I will explain how I am creative.

How are you creative?

God blessed me creatively in graphic design. I do some freelance graphic design at SteveZ DesignZ. My main job I am a graphic designer for a print shop.

You can say I’m creative in sewing too. If you go to Steve Sews Shop, or read some of Steve Sews Blog entries, you can see how.

I am also creative, as I write blog posts. Those do take some creativity too. I blog here and on CourageousChristianFather.com.

There are so many ways we can be creative … the creativity side of people are endless. Each one of us is creative in different ways.

Being creative also involves imagination. So use your imagination and get creative!

So how are you creative?

Feel free to share about your creative side.


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  • Honoring the Past: Memorial Day and the Timeless Thread of Sewing
    Honoring the Past: Memorial Day and the Timeless Thread of Sewing – Memorial Day is a cherished occasion that serves as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by countless individuals who bravely served their country. As we commemorate this day, it’s important to reflect on the rich history and traditions that have come to define Memorial Day. Among the various ways to pay tribute, the art of sewing stands out as a timeless thread connecting the past and present, allowing us to weave together stories of valor and remembrance. In this blog post, we explore the significance of Memorial Day and how sewing can be intertwined with our observances.
  • Celebrating Three Years of Creativity and Community at SteveSews.com
    Celebrating Three Years of Creativity and Community at SteveSews.com — As the threads of time weave together, we find ourselves marking a significant milestone for SteveSews.com – its third anniversary. This is not just a celebration of time passing, but a tapestry of creativity, community, and the countless stitches that have brought us together.
  • Bovine Weathervane Barn Quit
    Bovine Weathervane Barn Quilt is a quilt block with a cow and the weathervane style on it. It is located in New Market, TN.
  • National Small Business Day
    National Small Business Day a day to honor and celebrate small businesses. #smallbusiness #smallbusinessday
  • Hurray for Buttons Day
    Hurray for Buttons Day, Hooray for Buttons Day – buttons and buttons a day to be happy about buttons. #HurrayForButtonsDay #HoorayForButtonsDay

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4 thoughts on “How are you creative

  1. That’s an interesting question, Steve. How are you creative? Are you creative? Because depending on how creative you are, everything you do might be creative and you’re not really good at managing the rest of your life such as organisational or administrative skills. I’d put myself in that camp. I write, do poetry, photography, paint. The way I think is creative. However, I do need to be practical and get other things done and I try to clump all of these tasks together to stay in that mindset. At times, I find myself experiencing creative overdrive and that’s not necessarily a good thing. I try to maintain some balance and when I sense that coming on, I tread carefully. I’ve just spent three weeks in Sydney on a photography b;itz catching ferries everywhere and being super-stimulated and now I’m writing up my trip and editing photos. Not a lot of balance there but I’m feeling pretty level anyway.
    Best wishes,
    Rowena

    1. Why we are all uniquely and wonderfully made differently thus world would not function if we are all the same. Good thing we all are blessed with capacity to do some things better than others. We just have to watch doing the comparison game. Thank you for commenting. Have fun with photos, my wife is a photographer. Creative is indeed different to each and everyone of us.

      1. Thanks Steve for bringing up that terrible thing of comparison. I was only reminded of that a few weeks ago but have fallen back into old habits already. Being a perfectionist in some areas also involves comparison with an impossible ideal. Everyone is precious and has their own unique treasure.

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