Category: Creativity

What Did Creative Thing Did You Do Yesterday?

Tweet Pin It Catching up with my creativity log after a long Father’s Day Weekend. Friday – June 15th Planned out a new look for this blog. Am going to use the Thesis framework which which should end time wasting technical issues. Time saved is more time to make jewelry! Got a new Nikon Coolpix […]


Stephen King Shares His Creative Wisdom

Tweet Pin It Stephen King never stops writing. It seems like he has at least 2 doorstop sized books every year! And this has gone on for decades. How does he do it? The answer is in his book, On Writing. I urge everyone to read or listen his self-narrated version of book. Even if […]


Share Your Creative Habits

Tweet Pin It Creative habits nurture your life & heart’s desire. Daily creative thinking & actions flex your creative mind & muscles (hearts, hands or whatever body part you need). I’m posting a daily log, What I Did Creative Yesterday. Share your #createdaily update at @slfullen or @rosjewelry,  at the Rose of Sharon Jewelry Facebook or […]


150 Ways to Call Yourself Creative

Tweet Pin It What we call ourselves is important. I am a writer – took me years to feel comfortable with that title. As part of my creativity series, here are 101 role titles you might use to describe yourself to others. Perhaps one or two (hopefully more) will start you thinking about how creative […]


Orion’s Creative Solution to Grandma’s “No Writing on the Walls” Rule

Tweet Pin It My adorable 6-year-old grandson, Orion, took Grandma’s warning into account so he wrote his name (albeit written backwards)  on copy paper and pasted it to my office wall. A very creative solution and a great way to make Grandma smile every time she sees it. This is the photo that I couldn’t […]


5 Ways to Discover Your Creative Self

Tweet Pin It Not everyone was born with a specific creative talent; however, everyone can learn to open themselves up to creative thinking and creative action. Today’s post is not just for those who don’t think of themselves as being creative — it’s a good refresher for those who are in a rut or want […]