31 easy creative tasks for you to do daily, to build your creative muscle
This is your chance to get yourself feeling super creative!
Join a gang of people across the world with a single goal in mind: to bring out their creative side with some fun tasks.
*Note from Hel: The world is uncertain and scary at the moment, so we've decided to make this mini-creativity course free for ANYONE to take part in.*
“I feel more confident, less apprehensive, and just more sure of myself and my creative abilities.”Rosa Sorrento
“It’s been fun and introduced me to lots of tools and techniques I wouldn’t otherwise have found. ”Emma Gilpin
“We’ve picked up helpful new skills in divergent thinking, design apps, sketch-noting and even origami to name but a few.”Daniel Cattanach
“I've been child like some days with my posts, stretched on others; being open-minded, confident and involved every day has given me a much needed boost.”Vicky Lannen
“Albert Einstein once said, “creativity is contagious, pass it on” and after taking part in the #31DaysOfCreativity challenge, I think the genius was on to something. ”Sara-Anne Mills-Bricknell
“I've learned so much about myself and awakened a part of me that was buried under laundry and a few nasty cob webs.”Wendy Thatcher
“Being creative, even in small ways, gives me a buzz. It makes me smile.”Lisa Potter
Day 30 of #31DaysOfCreativity and I’ve only gone and made a blooming video to reflect on this truly excellent challenge! I’m not sure what’s happened to me @HelReynolds - I just jumped in, no planning, no fear, one take. Here it is.... pic.twitter.com/fQP846hfKq— Katie Tysome (@katietpr) January 30, 2020
Day 30 of #31DaysOfCreativity and reflection time. I’ve learnt to take time to do a small thing for myself. I’ve learnt to use new apps. I’ve gained new followers and seen some fun stuff I wouldn’t have seen without doing this. Thanks @HelReynolds @commscreatives— Marjory Doors (@DoorsMarjory) January 30, 2020
I have always felt like being creative does not come naturally to me, so #31DaysOfCreativity has really tested me/put me out of my comfort zone. I’ve learned a whole load of new skills/concepts and connected with lots of wonderful humans. Feeling very inspired and grateful!💫 https://t.co/jKoKhISzoN— Sara-Anne Mills-Bricknell (@sarabrickwall) January 30, 2020
With just one more day to go, here is my summing up of the excellent #31DaysOfCreativity. It's been a lot of fun, very social and I've tried some new things. A great start to 2020. pic.twitter.com/DAUBPxPoWp— Simon Monger (@SimonMonger) January 30, 2020
Just done a quick vid for today’s vlog challenge. Was gonna get all fancy and elaborate, but thought nah - hassle. I can say what I want straight down the lens while I’m sat here at #NewStreetStation. Here ya go - from the head😃 #31DaysOfCreativity #video #vlog pic.twitter.com/ZeV0iX7PKl— Karen (@cupnstring) January 30, 2020
It’s the 31st day of #31DaysOfCreativity. What started out as a nice distraction became such an important party of my day! I’ve loved thinking about things differently and simply giving it a go! Big thanks to @commscreatives and the whole community 1/2 pic.twitter.com/QYKjYApB9i— Katie Owens (@ktowens) January 31, 2020
Day 30 of #31DaysOfCreativity is Reflection day. Here goes:
1 –Taking creative chances does work.
2 – Although I can’t draw for toffee, it doesn’t mean I shouldn’t be drawing.
3 – Video making isn’t that scary
4 – Inspiration is at the click of a hashtaghttps://t.co/PZLGFYdjt2 pic.twitter.com/jvwtrWtYTM— Shobby Patel (@ShobbyPatel) January 30, 2020
Even though the tasks have been small I feel like they’ve breathed some life into a small dusty corner of my mind that I’d neglected because I’d somehow thought creativity belonged to someone else. 3/7 pic.twitter.com/Q25DHjaP1V— #HelloMyNameIsLaura (@LMacStevens) January 31, 2020
Day 30 of #31DaysOfCreativity 😥@HelReynolds asked us to reflect on this incredible challenge & community she created.
As a newbie to comms, I hoped to find my inner creative. I also found confidence and a lovely group of like-minded people
➡️Read: https://t.co/ENFxhfKu8d— Rosa Sorrento (@rosasorrento) January 30, 2020
Nearly at the end of #31DaysOfCreativity 😢
I’ve loved it!
Little video below with some of my reflections on this fantastic challenge 💫
Thanks @HelReynolds @LelReynolds_ @commscreatives ! pic.twitter.com/5yb53cvPre— Joanne Atkinson (@Jo_Atkinson1) January 30, 2020
My #31DaysOfCreativity reflections - I’ve loved every day (except sketch-noting; the least said the better...). I’ve already used some of the tools and have bought far too many felt tip pens 🌈 Massive thank you @HelReynolds for a brilliant month 💛 pic.twitter.com/cenOzuM3zZ— Kate Jones FIIC (@how_IC_it) January 30, 2020
— helen chown (@helenchownpr) January 30, 2020
#31DaysOfCreativity what a flippin' brilliant way to fill a dark January with light and fun. Have loved taking a few minutes every day for joyful tasks. I've learned to not think so much and just do it without worrying about where it ends up. Possibly, a good metaphor for life. pic.twitter.com/onBSqnibjx— Lou Spolton (@LouSpolton) January 30, 2020
Day 30 of #31DaysOfCreativity is reflecting on the month just gone of the challenge, a challenge I didn’t think I would do, but I did! And I’m super proud of myself for completing it 💪 pic.twitter.com/3N5bOlhmjX— Jeni Raw (@jenniferraw) January 31, 2020
— Gretchen Betts (@planning_angel) January 30, 2020