I Overcame My Creative Block and Here’s Why I Choose To #StayCreative

Early this year, I had the WORST creative block in my life. I couldn’t write, sketch, style, or even sing (in the shower). I was depressed and in a bad dump.

Thankfully, I was able to bounce back (I’ll share with you the full detailed plot soon). Those dark moments in my life actually pushed me to my limits, and my nightmare slowly turned into a blessing. I am GRATEFUL that I experienced that creative block because it allowed me to embrace my individuality and my style as an artist. Furthermore, it made me prioritize my creativity and how it’s as important as the blood running in my veins.

I’ve challenged myself to become better everyday. And I think the best way to express my art and my passion is through sharing with you some lessons that I’ve learned on being creative and staying creative.

I’ve been hearing a lot of people who are going through the same struggle as mine. A lot of artists are having a difficult time expressing themselves because of exhaustion and restriction. That’s why I want you to know that you are not alone and that you can bounce back, and be better than ever.

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Today, I’m sharing with you my advocacy, named “STAY CREATIVE”. It’s a three part passion project that shares a few insights on the importance of being creative and being yourself. I’ll be sharing with you how I keep myself motivated everyday, and how I get ideas for my craft.

So stay tuned for my first article entitled, CURATE. It’s going to be published on the first week of November so I hope you stay tuned. Welcome to this wonderful journey. I hope you enjoy.

With Love,

Bea

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