Inspiring Creativity: Why Adults Can Be Kids, Too

Raise your hand if you’re tired of adulting! 🙋‍♀️ 🙋‍♂️ You know what we’re talking about. All the mundane things adults must do on a day-to-day basis: working, managing staff members, taking care of the kids, keeping the house clean, running errands, etc. At some point in our lives, we “grew up.” We stopped inspiring creativity. And every once in a while when we find ourselves stressed to the max, we think back to when we were kids and remember how much easier life was.

But why did we have to grow up? At what point did we decide that playing games and having fun (like kids do) was no longer important, no longer appropriate? When did we decide that it was weird to go see a new Disney movie without kids? Why did we decide that adults can’t own kids toys? What made us think that it was no longer important to use our imaginations?

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Serious Creativity

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Do you ever get bored and look at all the creative ideas on Pinterest? Moms coming up with cute snack ideas for their kids to take to school. Crafty people making their own Halloween costumes. Awesome dinner ideas that you would have never thought of… Then we think… “Are you kidding me? Who has time for this crap? These are impossible. I’m just not a creative person.” That thought has probably crossed your mind. Maybe you’ve even said it out loud.

“The concept of creativity has historically been very useful in the business world.”


When you think of creative people, you might think of artists, musicians, dancers, or those crazy moms on Pinterest. But the concept of creativity has historically been very useful in the business world.

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