Okay, I’m going on the assumption that we folks outside of the working world [euphemism for ‘retired’] have a little time on our hands.
With that in mind, take a look at my post from yesterday on another of my blogs.
Lots of good freebies from the post.
Enjoy your time.
I enjoyed this fun I Wish They Had Told Me This Years Ago YouTube video by Julie of Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff.
If you’re interested in meeting more artists, check out the Cheap Joe’s Artspeak series.
Fellow folks on the retirement arc: I’m hoping these occasional posts nudge you forward in your creative pursuits, or nudge you forward to finding creative pursuits.
I recently posted this on my inventwithwords blog.
Because there seems to be a serious crossover of content and ideas, I’ll be sharing more to both blogs.
Been a retiree for a while now. I’m always interested to see what others in my age range are thinking. Here are two I visit two or three times a week and a site new to me.
https://seniorplanet.org Here’s an article on ‘how to get creative in later life’ via an interview with Julia Cameron [Author: It’s Never Too Late to Begin Again]
https://sixtyandme.com This one is directed toward women over 60, but still lots of valuable info for all readers. This post [How to Develop Creative Ideas and Get More From Life After 60] draws from content from the book Wired to Create: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind by Carolyn Gregoire and Scott Barry Kaufman.
http://thirdage.com I just recently came across this one and I like the balance of topics. From this site: Four Reasons Being Creative Will Make You Happier As You Grow Older