29+ ways to stay creative admin | January 17th, 2012

As I was taking my daily dose of online inspiration, I found a simple and inspiring video made by to-fu.tv listing 29 ways to stay creative.

Some people will find this inspiring, some will find this repetitive, some will agree with a few ways and others will agree with all of them, but one thing I’m pretty sure is that you’ve got your own way to stay creative and we’re eager to hear from you in the comments bellow!

From many minds, the perfect design. Post your project today and let the crowd wow you!

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    Very Inspiring Video, Like it 😉

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