Off-the-wall concepts can often jump-start our creativity because they are so ridiculous from the outset that our conscious logic goes out the window. We are able to set aside pre-conceived notions about how things are supposed to be and simply let things develop as they will. That’s a skill that translates well when we get back to the “real” world of our normal writing. Here’s a wacky place to start.
What did your sweater design look like?
(More about last week’s words. They are actual words and come from Egypt: pehty = strength; abed = month; sheney = hair)