Finding Your Routine is Essential to the Creative Process

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Finding Your Routine to Enhance Your Creativity by KatersAcres

Finding your routine is an essential part of being an artist. It is not something that many of us even think about. A routine can help us settle in. Routine can help us to automatically perceive things about our environment. Today, over on the Sculpey blog I am discussing finding your routine. Why? Because find your routine is one way that will help you in your creative process.

Finding Your Routine

Finding Your Routine to Enhance Your Creativity by KatersAcresNot everyone has a creative routing and that’s okay. Many people go without a creative routine and are very successful artists. If you’ve found yourself in a creative ditch recently, it may be time for a restart. Having the same routine every day can be boring. I know this. However, I also know that having a routine can send certain triggers to your brain. Routines are recommended by doctors and mental health professionals for a variety of reasons because they are proven to work. I bet you (my loyal readers) wouldn’t be surprised to find out that my creative routine includes coffee, would you? Join my over on the Sculpey blog to see what else my creative routine includes!


Thanks for joining me today,

Clay on my friends,


2 thoughts on “Finding Your Routine is Essential to the Creative Process

  1. Due to circumstances beyond my control my dedicated work space is also my bedroom. I put down a protective cover for my carpet and clean up after every session . Whilst it’s be great to have a studioxide I make it work by using your methods every time. I sometimes find bits of clay or glitter in places you’d never dream of but on the whole it’s not too messy. In a few months I’ve gone from what’s this polymer clay to now having a good idea of the basics. This is because people like yourself willingly offer advice and encouragement. Financial resources are limited for many like myself so it’s wonderful that a lot of that support is free whilst I appreciate that artists need to supplement their craft in whatever way possible.
    I’m in awe of the artists out there that are far more gifted and talented than myself but I feel I can now say I’m an student artist . Thanks to all for continued encouragementry and support. I’ve found even the little bits I’ve learned can be shared by myself to others just starting out on this wonderful colourful journey and that some the way craft evolves and is kept fresh and new year after year.

    1. I’m glad that you are finding clay a great outlet for yourself! Imagine what a great world we would live in if we all continued to encourage & support each other every step of the way…

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