Monday Exercise: Daydream

Contrary to popular belief, daydreaming is not a waste of time.

Daydreaming is where we get some of our best ideas.

Try some directed daydreaming.  Ger a pen and paper or sketchpad.  Sit down for a specific time (maybe just five minutes).  Set a timer if you need to.

Go ahead.

Daydream.

You have permission.  It’s a creativity exercise.

Write or draw as you see fit during that time.  Or do your writing/drawing after the timer goes off.

What did you come up with?

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Auria Cortes
    Feb 11, 2008 @ 19:05:18

    I actually blogged about this very topic and all my blog visitors that responded said they don’t daydream. I just couldn’t believe it. Writers who don’t daydream?

    Reply

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