Want to boost your creative energy? Albert Einstein said, “Creativity is intelligence having fun.” Do you consider yourself a creative person? As a writer and creative entrepreneur, I’m always seeking ways to boost my creative energy.
Here are 6 unexpected ways I’ve found to amp up my energy and keep my creative energy going throughout the day.
1. Add butter to your coffee.
I know this sounds weird, but it’s actually delicious. Dave Asprey popularized this idea with his Bulletproof coffee. He claims our bodies need healthy fats and that bulletproof will give you boundless morning energy. Celebrities such as Jeremy Piven and Shailene Woodley tout the benefits.
Asprey recommends using clean coffee beans and unsalted grass-fed butter. If the taste of butter in your coffee doesn’t sit well with you, try a small scoop of coconut oil.
2. Do 10 minutes of yoga.
Practicing yoga has many health benefits, including increased flexibility, muscle strength and tone, weight reduction, and improved energy.
Add a quick yoga session to your morning routine. There are many yoga how-to videos on Youtube. I recommend starting with a 30-day challenge from DoYouYoga.com.
3. Write every morning.
As a writer, my priority every morning is to exercise my creativity by writing 1,000 words toward my latest project.
You don’t have to be a writer to get the benefits of morning writing. Try journaling a few pages in the morning. Write about anything. Is something bothering you? Use writing to get it out of your head and onto the pages. It’s a massive creative release.
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