13 Online Resources to Break Through Your Creative Block

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13 online resources To Break Through a Creative Block Photo by Petras Gagilas - Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License https://flic.kr/p/aaQZHZ

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Sometimes the ideas just don't come no matter how hard you try. It’s called writer's block, though creative block is more apt. Photo by Quinn Dombrowski - Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License https://flic.kr/p/4BFnfL

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But the internet can be your ally. Here are 13 inspiring online resources that should help you break through your creative block. Photo by Mike Licht - Creative Commons Attribution-2.0 Generic License https://flic.kr/p/dVkBcP

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1 Language is a Virus: Daily writing prompts, writing games, articles on creativity. click!

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2 Writing Prompts Subreddit: Use the wildly creative, usersubmitted writing prompts to jumpstart ideas.

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3 Acoustic Guitar Project: With a guitar and recorder, write a song in a week, or listen to other entries.

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4 Damn Interesting: Fascinating true stories from history, science, and technology to stuff your brain with interesting tidbits.

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5 Literary Jukebox: Quotes from beloved books, matched with a song that fits the theme.

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6 Times Haiku: A computer AI that scans the NY Times home page & makes spontaneous haikus.

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7 Do Nothing For 2 Mins. Take a solid break & relax to the gentle sounds of waves.

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8 TED Talk: Play This Game: Shimpei Takahashi’s simple game for generating new ideas. watch

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9to Boost Video: How Creativity: Buzzfeed’s quick things you can do ASAP to boost your ideas.

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10 Video: Whose Line Is It Anyway Clips: Zany improv skits get you in the right mindset for out-of-the-box ideas.

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11 TEDx Talk: Get Out of the Box & Generate Ideas: Giovanni Corazza dicusses tips for innovative thinking. watch

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12 Podcast: The Accidental Creative: Listen to insightful interviews with authors, artists, and creatives.

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13 Podcast: Me, Myself, and Muse: No ideas? Talk to your project out loud, as though it were a person.

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here are 5 more tips! Break out of creative blocks by using the 5 tips in the B.U.I.L.D. model. Click here to read the 5 tips!

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