National Live Creative Day

Show your creativity on #NationalLiveCreativeDay. Source: Pixabay

14 September is National Live Creative Day, a day created to afford you the opportunity to explore your imagination.

Creativity can be infused into our lives through a variety of media – from painting and graphic art to music and gardening – all of which can have a huge impact on our everyday lives.

When you live creatively, you step into a world with a boundless sense of freedom where rules tend to fall away and your imagination is unleashed. In an attempt to support their work, authors and artists have long suspended reality by using their imaginations more freely.

Creative Promotional Products submitted a request for a National Live Creative Day in April 2016, and the National Day Calendar Registrar declared that it should be observed annually on 14 September.

Creative Promotional Products is a creative company with creative employees – and they want everyone to see their creativity, hence the start of their live creative initiative.

Celebrate today by taking the time to invent, discover and dream, express your passions and live a creative life. This way you can experience the world. To live a creative life, you don’t have to be a master sculptor or artist, all you need to do is add a dash of creativity to everyday life moments, ensuring the achievement of a powerful effect in your day-to-day activities.

Ideas at home or your workplace can be inspired by simply being exposed to the arts. Renew a hobby and reduce your stress levels, or teach someone else a craft or art form to offer them the opportunity to see the world through someone else’s eyes.

Use #LiveCreativeDay to post on social media and create awareness for your own Live Creative initiative.

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  AUTHOR
Adéle Bloem

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