5. Creativity. What was the most creative thing you did in 2013? How do you plan to use your creativity in 2014? (Note: creative does not always mean artistic. Think outside the box here. Get creative!)
Hmmm....most creative thing in 2013? Probaby Project Life. Ever notice that it's hard to view the things that you just do as creative? In 2014, I plan to...
*return to creative cooking. I realize that my "normal" cooking is probably a bit out there for some (oh hey, brother)...but my normal in 2013 was leaning toward boring. Too many repeats. Too many breakfast burritos (at all hours of the day). For those that are on FB, you know that I'm very much looking forward to my work anniversary gift (intentionally delayed until Jan) - a generous gift card to B&N to spend (mostly) on cookbooks.
*return to creative blogging. I've tried, and failed, to be a blogger that has theme days or regular features. I love the idea of it, but it ends up feeling forced. I don't necessarily mean that I'll be blogging about scrapbooking more (although that's a possibility)...just that I'll be writing about more, and different, things.
*get creative with fitness. Gym? yes. Yoga? yes. Biking? yes. What else can I add to that list? It's definitely time to get creative with movement.
*create a more creative space. I'm in this in-between place of thinking that I might sell my house, but also realizing that I need to enjoy the space that I'm in right now. I'll add more plants. I'll hang new curtains. I'll make new pillows. I'm planning to wander through IKEA when I take Hope up to Montreal on Sat, and will make a wishlist.