CURATED ARTICLES FOR YOUR CREATIVE INSPIRATION

Inspiration is everywhere and it’s amazing. But it’s also overwhelming - So we've got you covered with a curated list of articles for your creative inspiration:

 

Honing your craft

Great Artists Write: Sneak peek: writing improves critical thinking, ensures crystal-clear articulation and gives us space to think. You’ll also find some practical tips to get started and back up some of your thoughts.

The Ultimate Guide to Learning Anything Faster: Warning, this article not for the faint-hearted. Banish your “if-only” thoughts and learn in detail how to learn things faster (hint: involves avoiding multitasking)

How to Become an Outdoor Writer and Photographer: We’re stoked about honest people who tell it how it is. Even if you don’t aspire to be an outdoor writer and photographer, it’s just as applicable to learn from a hard-working (and incredibly authentic) writer.

 

Incredible projects we love

Global Goulets: three NYC-based adventurers quit their stable jobs to drive across the world and film a TV show. Crazy? They’re headed to Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, otherwise known as the “End of the World.” If anything, it’s just fun to follow their adventures on Instagram (@globalgoulets).

Can Surfing Reprogram the Veteran’s Brain? For not just an incredible read on friendship and growth, but also how creative thinking and the outdoors can lead to different methods of treating PTSD. Well worth your time.

Musical Map: Cities of the World: Are you an avid Spotify user? Check out this interactive map of each city’s distinctive playlist. It’s addicting.

 

Bonus

The Winners and Losers of the U.S. Creative Class: Curious about which cities are the best for creatives and which ones you should avoid? Besides the clear frontrunners of San Francisco, D.C. and Boston, you may be a bit surprised to find the other cities in the mix.

Fable: Not an article, but a little video on the power of a question.

Dear Data: An incredible data visualization correspondence project using data from their everyday lives. Talk about creative thinking.


Thoughts on any of these? We’d always love to hear your reactions and your favorite spots for inspiration!