Welcome to Your First Weekly Kuhnspiration (January 2, 2012)

Welcome to another year of creativity and imagination! It’s been a fun couple of years trying new creative exercises each year and I’m so happy that you’ve been along for the ride. I went back and forth on what to do, what to do, for 2012…and then I decided. Aha! Why not get others into the creative spirit with me full-throttle this year? And so began Kuhnspirations!

Each week, I’ll toss out a creative exercise, activity or experiment to offer for the week. I too will be taking part and later blogging about it. But I encourage you to share your own experiences and stories here at the blog and at my Facebook page. So be sure to bookmark us! And if you’re not already a blog subscriber, sign-up to receive weekly updates as a reminder of these new fun, short creative assignments that should help exercise our collective creative muscles and encourage us to share this creativity with others – with no judging, no criticism, no backlash. After all, this is our own creative vision…we can make it whatever we want!

So welcome to the new year, everybody! 2012…wow, who saw that coming? And so quickly, too! For this bright, shiny new year, I’ve got a great creative activity to start off 2012 with a bang.

Weekly Kuhnspiration for Week of January 2

You’ve heard of Vision Boards. Well, consider this your Vocabulary Vision for the new year.

I’m not asking you to specifically set a resolution, break a bad habit or win a Nobel Prize…of course, if that’s what you envision, well, then by all means go for it.

Find five words that totally paint for you the picture you are aiming to create for the new year, words that for you describe, depict and define the year ahead for you – or at least what you’re envisioning. What are they, why did you pick them and what do YOU think they mean?

If you’d like, feel free to share them with me and other readers here or at the Facebook page. I’d love to hear how people are picturing the year ahead and what better way to put that vision into motion than by being able to articulate somewhere exactly what you see and what you want. I’ll share my own thoughts later in the week.

Cheers to finding that daily spark in your life!


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