With Romantic Living, it’s essential to recognize “the importance of imagination and creativity; Be a creator of whatever inspires you.
My first tip goes back to our manifesto. We wrote: “Be a creator. Create art that inspires you. Imaginative stories that move you. And a life that thrills you.”
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Consider a writer’s room for a TV show. Or even the Brontë sisters (and brother) discussing their stories together. The famous siblings sat together in the evenings, writing together and discussing ideas.
Nature helps decrease stress (and creating from stress is no fun!). It makes you happier, increases creativity, makes you kinder, and ultimately helps you “feel more alive.”
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The author of The Doodle Revolution, Sunni Brown, details the power of doodling and how people like “Einstein, JFK, Edison, Marie Curie, and Henry Ford” were all “inveterate doodlers.”
You’ve heard the sayings: What would Jesus Do? Or What would Jane Austen Do? For fun, I sometimes like to imagine what a fictional character full of imagination and creativity would do.
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