Meditate on a positive childhood memory and then create what comes from that meditation. Try to focus on both feelings and imagery.
What gives you a natural high?
What is your ideal hangout? Paint a picture (with words, melody, or images).
Empty your pockets or purse. Create something from what you find there. Use the items in a poem or a story. Take a picture. Paint or draw your impression of them. Write a song about it. Make sure you have fun with it.
Create a Haiku (traditional, senryu, or your own 5-7-5 or 17 syllable poem).
Then create something from what you have just created (especially if poetry is not your primary creative format).
If you are not a poet, find a haiku that speaks to you and create something from that.
Create a “5 Things” post. You can pick any five things but try to pick things that affect your creativity.
It doesn’t have to be a blog post either. By all means get creative with how you put it together. Have fun with it!
Even in an age of numerous ways to communicate, communication seems to be a lost art form.
Create something based on your reaction to/feelings about that statement.
In today’s creative piece set lofty goals. Figure out how to express that in your art.
No matter how you get creative focus on words. Create something with the emphasis on a word of a series of words.
What do you think of when you hear the phrase “walk on the wild side”? Paint a picture using your creativity (visual arts, words, music, or whatever floats your creative boat).