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Mar 3, 2010

Ann Tancio


Offline ways to keep your creative fluids going

“Inspiration can be found everywhere”. But what if you’re simply empty and have no fuel in your creativity tank left? You can always get stuck at a creativity block, which could have a very big impact.

To prevent this phenomenon from happening to you, I compled a list with 10+ offline ways to keep your creative fluids going to prevent a creativity block.

As you can see by the title of this article, this list aims at the offline ways (by not using your computer) in order to turn your creativity spark into a bursting creative flame. Feel free to share your number one way to keep on being creative! Where do you find your inspiration?

Take a break and rest


Taking a break or resting is one of the best ways to keep your mind of the subject to boost your creativity once again. I personally love to relax in my Sumo bean bag (the version I have is the Sumo Gamer). Just lay back and chill! At work, we have a true bean bag (filled with little beans), but the Gamer version from Sumolounge is stuffed like a huge pillow. Perfect to lay back to fill your inspiration tank.

Also, the Sumo Gamer comes in different colours which can fit in your work area. When you choose a colour that’s totally different than the colours you’re already using in your workspace, you can create a creativity boost too!

Take time for yourself to relax, take a break and rest. I personally like to use the Sumo Gamer to do so, but I’m sure you know other ways to make some time and relax.

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