When we think of ‘creative people’ our minds tend to conjure up images of artists and musicians. And while of course, these are forms of creativity, they aren’t the only ways to be creative.
Creativity is, essentially, a different way of thinking and this can be triggered from lots of activities including cooking, dancing and sewing. If you’ve ever had to think of a different approach at work or problem solve a situation – you’ve engaged your creative brain.
Us humans are naturally creative, it’s how we developed tools back in the caveman days. But did you know being creative could actually be good for our mental health too?
How creativity supports mental wellness
We have around 60,000 thoughts every day and almost all of them are the same. We are creatures of habit and tend to go over...