When you say the word creative, people tend to think, art and that’s valid, but is creative strictly the arts? As someone who has Dysautonomia, creative for me is not just about the arts, but a part of every day life. How is that?
Scheduling. There’s no scheduling a number of activities in any one day unless I then want to crash for two days after that. There’s no scheduling early morning activities, as that is a bit difficult due to the fact I generally have trouble getting to sleep and so may not get to sleep till 3 am often times, even with meditation. You have to get creative if you are going to have a career, and freelance is probably your best bet, but you will have to be very disciplined and that included financially.
Food. When gluten upsets your tummy, and some gluten free stuff tastes really yukky, you have to figure out how you can enjoy a chocolate chip cookie or two at night and not feel ikky. You take probiotics and find natural, homeopathic products to help offset, you get creative. I may even decide to start making a lot of my own foods, bread, pasta and who knows what else.
Products, such as beauty products. I have to look at labels and figure out if I can use that product, so I had to do lots of research and came across a product line that is eco-friendly, organic, kosher and even hallal, with gluten free products, including hair and skin care. I even became a rep for them recently. Forever Living Products and I love their products, but I had to do a lot of trial and error with beauty products and reactions to find this line.
I am realizing that creative is not just confined to the arts, but to all aspects of life and that is beautiful.
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Shalom and Amen