Importance of play for everyone

Let’s say you saw someone at their desk playing with a ball of play dough or a set of Lego or even a bucket of sand. You would probably think to yourself, ‘it’s time for Bob over there to grow up’. You wouldn’t be alone in that thought, either. Modern¬†society tends to dismiss play for […]

Creative Tips from Creative Writers

You might think that writing children’s books would be¬†easy, but according to legendary children’s author Roald Dahl children’s books are some of the hardest books to write. We’ve collected some top tips for staying creative and open minded while writing. Let the creativity flow When getting started, don’t restrict yourself. You may have an idea […]

Using Morning Pages to help creativity

Morning pages are a recent trend being picked up by those hoping to increase their creativity, exercise their brains, and start their morning fresh. The basic idea is to spend 15 minutes every morning writing three pages. Your writings could include: A random brain dump of whatever pops into your head, Poetry, a story, or […]

Build it like Beckham: Play by the professionals

Earlier today we talked about the importance of play. It may be perceived by some as a waste of time and unproductive, but play has the ability to help us escape the daily grind, relieve stress, boost creativity, improve brain function and even help build relationships. In our recommendations for play we mentioned trying out […]

World Creativity & Innovation Week 2016

World Creativity and Innovation Week is a global celebration held every year from April 15th – 21st. During WCIW people are inspired and encouraged to use their creativity and generate new ideas. WCIW is a time to inspire new action, create novel ideas, make new decisions; to solve problems in new ways, do something new, […]