We all know that creativity is amazing when it comes to developing fine motor skills in children, but just because we grow up doesn’t mean we should stop developing these important creative abilities.
With the introduction and fast growing trend of adult coloring books, we are reminded that we’re never too old to get a little creative with pencil and paper.
Feeling stressed or over-worked? Taking a minute out of your day to do something productive with your hands that also takes you away from the keyboard and computer screen can help reduce stress and make you more productive. According to CNN, creative activities can impact the body in a similar way to meditation and yoga.
Decreasing stress levels improves health and wellness in adults, and increases overall age of life expectancy. Creativity is not only a great tool to keep the mind young, but it also encourages social interaction, teamwork and personal growth.
We all have days when we don’t feel like ourselves emotionally, or are experiencing things in life that make us feel sad. Creativity can also help to improve your overall mood and your ability to combat negativity in day-to-day activities.
Now it is easier than ever to be creative with the advancements in technology that allow you to create art with smart devices that you can take with you wherever and whenever you want.