Doing these in the 'meantime' could kickstart and inspire your creativity as well:
This may seem like an oversimplified list and it's not intended to be a cure for more deep-rooted reasons you're feeling unmotivated. This is just meant to keep you 'creating' while you're not actually taking on a new project.
Another thing to consider is reducing time-wasting on social media. While Pinterest, YouTube and Facebook groups are fantastic for inspiration, they can also be a vortex that pull you in. If you have a tendency to want to create everything you see out there, you'll probably get overwhelmed and not do any of them. Instead, it may be better to limit your time looking and spend more time prioritising. I keep an idea book at hand and write down the projects I'd like to make. I then revisit the list from time to time to see what sings to my heart and what was just a passing whim. Replace some of your online time with walking, meditation, exercise - these activities are known to spark creativity!
And finally, never, ever compare your projects with others. Create what moves you, what you enjoy. It doesn't have to be posted and shared with anyone for validation - it's for your own enjoyment and to keep your creative soul stirred. That alone will keep your mojo moving!
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