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I’m not creative.

I wish I was more creative.

I wish I could draw, write, paint, knit, build…

Many of us are guilty of these thoughts at one time or another. 

The truth is, you aren’t as creative as you could be or want to be because YOU DON’T PRACTICE YOUR CREATIVITY. But the good news is, there is a simple fix:

START PRACTICING YOUR CREATIVITY.

But, where do you start? How do you start? What if you are terrible at it?

All good questions.

First, know that you are definitely not alone! Within all of us is a creative beast just waiting to be unleashed. Once you unleash it, there’s no going back – creativity will be a part of your life. You will be a creative person (even though truthfully you already are).

Despite never thinking of myself as a creative person + skipping out on creative opportunities throughout my life, I learned to acknowledge my creativity and unleash my creative beast.  Since that point, practicing my creativity has been a steady + consistent part of my life. My creativity will never be leashed up again.

Start right here, right now – click here to enroll in the my free 5 day email course, Find Your Creativity Adventure. Stop locking your creativity away and start designing, creating, or making today!

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Katy McCullough | Greens & Blues Co.

Hey there. I am Katy McCullough. I am a mom + a wife + a teacher + a creative + a book nerd + life-long learner.

Those are the positive things about me, I’ve also been told that I am a smidge stubborn and slightly competitive. 🙂

As a result of my competitiveness/stubbornness (whatever you want to call it), I will not accept that I am not creative. Even though I missed out on a number of creative opportunities during my schooling, I refuse to believe that creativity is just for artists. It’s for me. It’s for you. It’s for all of us.

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