1. Practicing creativity

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Creativity comes easily when you’re a child. Maybe you were finger painting on walls as a toddler or playing all the instruments you could get your hands on; maybe you invented games to play with your friend on the weekend or spent hours building a Lego masterpiece. Now that you’re older, depending on your hobbies, you might not get to practice being creative as often.


There are simple, effective ways that you can integrate creative thinking into your everyday life, to keep your lifelong creative muscles going strong.


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