"Don't edit yourself. Just begin."  That is what Marilyn Wolf-Ragatz suggested among a wealth of other techniques to boost your creativity in her program "Living in a World of Art and Creativity." Writing down your ideas throughout the day on note cards or slips of paper is another technique she offered to help you get in touch with what is personally meaningful to express creatively. When someone in the audience noted that Woody Allen uses this technique, it wasn't surprising.

Whether it is writing memories for your family, poetry, painting, dance, sculpture, song-writing, these techniques can help you make the most of the time you set aside for your creative passion.

For me, it will mean no more Saturday mornings when I ask myself, "Now what was it I wanted to paint so badly last week when I was doing something else?"

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