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Want to Boost Your Creativity? Write At The Park

Profile photo of Ann Submitted by Ann January 18, 2014 Website: www.bloggingtips.com

At times when you find it excruciatingly difficult to write a blog post that you’d feel worthy to be shared with your audience, try going outside. Being outdoors can help boost your creativity and make writing a lot easier.

Backpackers helped find the way on how you can boost your creativity

Studies have proven that a more natural setting directly affects one’s creativity. Going outside helps people think more creatively, which means they’ll have an easier time accomplishing tasks that require creativity, like writing and other stuff.

One study spearheaded by Ruth Ann Atchley, an associate professor of cognitive/clinical psychology at the University of Kansas showed that people who spent more time in nature manifested improved creativity. They concluded that the outdoors can result to greater level of creativity.


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8 Responses to “Want to Boost Your Creativity? Write At The Park” Leave a reply ›

  • Profile photo of Sunday Profile

    Nature helps to boost creativity in humans, I agree with that. The backpackers research report is revealing.

    For writers who want to boost their creativity, I guess following the advice of this post would be worth it.

    Indeed nature helps us to free up stress and improve creativity, and I love the part of this article which states :

    “You don’t need to go hermit-like just to boost your creativity”
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  • Profile photo of Metz Profile

    The best suggestion ever! :)

    Writing in the park. Really sounds great! It will relax your mind. Can you imagine yourself? It is the best place to write anything. I bet many ideas will pop out in your mind and of course it will boost your creativity.

  • Profile photo of Riza Profile

    “It’s important to note that these backpackers were completely unplugged from the modern world…”

    This really is important to emphasize because a lot of bloggers fail to realize how connecting through the internet, checking stuff online, can disrupt or interfere with the flow of creativity one can actually have if they are totally unplugged.

    And aside from them being in a conducive setting for brainstorming(out in nature), I think being unplugged surely helped.
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  • Profile photo of Amit Kumar Profile

    Yehh…this is really a great Idea. whenever we work in a complete natural environment, we feel much happier than ever. opened and clean air of park provide us energetic thoughts. I am going to try soon.

  • Profile photo of Naveen Profile

    I don’t think a place help me writing than my writing desk, writing at a park will spark us to write more creatively than what we just write.

    I really enjoy in the calmful nature of the park, but never thought to write.

    Thanking you.

  • Profile photo of Nwosu Mavtrevor Desmond Profile

    Most times getting out of your comfort zone opens you up to a more creative person. You relate with nature and just anything could inspire you. Sometimes i like to go to other places other than my place, brainstorm on ideas, map my mind and concentrate my efforts and its usually amazing at the quality of information i can gather and use for my write up.

    I use the note feature of my phone a lot because even on the go when ideas come into my mind i want to write them down so i dont ever forget it. So i agree that writing outside your comfort zone can open you up a little bit more. Its easier to touch your creative side when your mind is free.
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    Actually, as you go out into the open, you forget the work, tension-creating and other waste thoughts. I go to the park daily with a bag which contains my spiritual study books as well as the post ideas notebook and post writing notebook. I meditate for some time and then when I start writing some post drafts for my blog in the notebook, the flow is so natural and I seem to write without much thinking. It becomes easy.

    Instead, when trying this on the computer, I’ve wasted a lot of time in other distractions.

    Good post and thanks to Ryan for tweeting it. My last post (see below link) included this as a point, which cures writer’s block and helps generating post ideas.
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  • Profile photo of Rose Ann Profile

    One of the great advantages of nature parks is that it helps you easily spell words from your mind. Green is the color of nature and as it was stated, green is the color of refreshment.

    Park is a good place to help you get rid of stress from everyday’s chores and is also a great “balancer” of our heart and emotions. Flowers and plants are great contributors to inspire one’s creativity.

    Also, it’s a place where air pollution is less. More fresh air, means more refreshment it can bring to our mind. Added to this, our sense of sight is actually active because you can actually see people walking and trees that is swaying and much more. Through this simple thing, every single detail that your eyes can see can be a great contributor for your next write-ups.

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