|Some of my creativity related books. Recognize any of the titles?|
I'm pretty sure that my kids are hoping that having the Kindle will mean that I'll stop collecting physical books. But do I think that it will replace the feel of a book in my hands, the touch of pages on my fingertips or the visual beauty of having book spines lined up in glorious color on a shelf? Definitely not! I am, after all, still the little girl who spent hours each day at the library around the corner (I ran into my favorite librarian 20 plus years later - and she still remembered me!) and dreamed of having a library of her own.
And, while that's wonderful enough on its own, what is really making me love the Kindle is that I've discovered that I can download videos to it from my computer and this is where the creativity with the Kindle Fire comes in.
Yes!!! Art videos, art journaling videos, craft videos...oh, my goodness!
|Do you like the background? My four year old grandson and I created it together with homemade alcohol ink sprays and tissue paper!|
That may not seem like a big thing. But I wasn't often able to watch the videos on my computer because my computer stopped doing whatever it needs to do to allow it (can you tell I'm technologically challenged? Lol) and I haven't been able to find a solution or afford repairs. Not a problem with the Kindle!
It also means that my fibromyalgia, fibro fog, arthritis and disabilities won't be as detrimental to my creativity because I won't be having to travel from the computer desk in the living room to my art table in the bedroom. All of that back and forth traveling just wasn't helpful for my pain levels OR my memory issues.
Creativity with the Kindle Fire - oh yeah! I'm totally looking forward to getting back into my art journaling and other creative projects this year!
Are there things that interfere with your own creativity (whether or not you have health or disability issues)? Have you found ways to move around the roadblocks and challenges that keep you from creating? Please share...it's something I always need help with, and I know I'm not alone!