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3 Ways to Embrace Imperfection On Your Creative Courage Journey:

Embracing imperfection is an essential part of creativity.

It's easy to get caught up in the fear of failure and the desire for everything to be perfect. However, the truth is that creativity is inherently messy and imperfect. If you want to encourage your children (or yourself!) to be more creative, it's important to embrace imperfection and see mistakes as opportunities for growth. 

  1. Experimentation: Encourage your children to try new things and explore different ideas, even if they don't know what the outcome will be. This can help them develop a sense of curiosity and a willingness to take risks, which are essential traits for creativity.
  2. Growth mindset: Instead of seeing mistakes as failures, encourage your children to see them as opportunities to learn and grow. Help them develop a sense of resilience and perseverance, so they can keep going even when things get tough.
  3. Let go of the idea of perfection: No one is perfect, and striving for perfection can be a recipe for disappointment and frustration. Instead, focus on progress and growth. Celebrate small wins and encourage your children to keep moving forward, even if they stumble along the way.

In conclusion, embracing imperfection is an essential part of creativity. Encourage your children (and yourself!) to experiment, develop a growth mindset, and let go of the idea of perfection. With time and practice, you'll find that embracing imperfection can be a powerful tool for unlocking your creativity and achieving your goals.

Let me know in the comments below which one of these spoke the most to you, I would love to hear about it!

Til next time,


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Ps- Embrace imperfection while you create art with your kids while following along side our art and world adventures! Try our Adventures in Scandinavia Series and learn about Artists from Sweden, Norway and Denmark! Plus, we also have a Hygge Christmas Special to enjoy during the holidays from all three of these countries, plus a special Adventures in Finland Christmas unit too!

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