Storytime! The Circle – A story for your inner child

Have you every wondered where we come from? Are you curious about where we go when we die? Do you ponder the meaning of life and why we are here in the first place? Then you might enjoy this story for your inner child called, “The Circle.” Settle down, get comfy and enjoy!

Be sure to sign up for my email list to receive this story as part of Chapter One: Circles from my book, Vitalize Your Creative Life. Stay on the list to find out when the rest of the book is available.

Your Creativity Coach,

Bonnie

Bonnie Kelso is the creator of The ABCs of Conscious Creating and the author of Vitalize Your Creative Life. She uses energy healing and creating exercises to connect people to their higher “creative” selves. For more information about her services read about her ACCESS! program or to schedule a consultation please contact her at Bonnie@CreatingYourExperience.com. Are you ready to vitalize your creative life?

Creativity Myth: If you love math you can’t be creative.

…and vice versa… If you are a creative person you can’t be good at math.

Psst, I have a secret to let you in on: there’s no such thing as right brain vs left brain when it comes to creativity. It takes your whole brain to create. We’re all creative. Even people who LOVE math! In fact, the more you develop your creativity, the more connections you make between both hemispheres of your brain. So, if your “math sector” feels a little weak to you, try boosting your creativity exercises. Today, might just be the perfect day to start!

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Today is Math Story Telling Day! Yay! Think about all of those word problems you use to solve when you were a kid. Who do you think wrote those things? Someone really good at math, and someone pretty darn creative, too! But Math Stories are more than just word problems. They are real stories that stretch our logic skills and our imagination at the same time. They can take the form of jokes, poems, short stories, and drawings, too! They are visual and interesting and full of comparisons such as “if this is so, then that is so.”

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