Imaginative Habits

Check out this great article on “Five Habits of Highly Imaginative Families” by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers – posted on art page by art educator Erin Patton-McFarren.

Their habits include:

  • Creation: Making Things
  • Delight: Being Amazed
  • Advocacy: Transforming the Odd
  • Connection: Cutting a Path
  • Respect: Leaving Well Enough Alone 

Creative prompt: What habits have you incorporated into your daily life to cultivate the imagination? What are some of the obstacles to creativity? What needs to be added and what needs to be taken away?  How can you make more space for serendipity?


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