Posts tagged Books
Current Brilliant Book Reads On Creativity

Me and reading have had an odd relationship for a couple of years ever since finishing my creative degree but currently we’re in a good place with more time purposefully put aside to turn those pages. As a reader I’ve always been a reader who has several books on the go and at the moment I’m on a quest to educate myself on the subject of ‘creativity‘ not only to support the thinking behind this site further plus continue my own well-being journey. Here’s my current reading list.

Do you have any recommendations ??

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Book Choices To Help With Your Latest Creative Idea

I am very mindful of the fact that a lot of my life is spent with either a phone in my hand or gazing at a screen so when starting a new project sometimes it’s good to leaf through actual pages to gain fresh inspiration. You don’t have to read 100’s of books (as that can be overwhelming) but few key choices can really inform your work. Here are the picks I read before the completion of my rebrand project but more than that they’ve become some of my absolute favourites that can be found on my shelves - so much so that I’ve read them multiple times - what are your most inspirational reads?

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My Current Reads

Getting back into reading an actual book was a goal I had wanted to achieve for the longest time, after completing both my university courses and consuming what seemed like a mountain of intense material this feeling of submersing myself in a good read was all but extinct. After giving myself some time away from the screen, I felt the urge to flick through some pages resurface. Here's what I've been reading, what about you?

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Finding Offline Inspiration

The online world is full, even over saturated with great content and the potential ideas for a blog post but when it all gets overwhelming then good ideas can be found elsewhere. Although the majority of my blog post ideas are inspired from what I've witnessed through a screen, some of my favourite subjects to discuss have come from other sources. Taking time away from a screen is important, in general as it can do all sorts of good for you but it can also help you generate a strong tone of voice and good concepts in your work. Here's where I find outside inspiration - what about you?

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The Book Tag

My younger self would be so upset with me, despite my undying love of reading and the feel of a book I never really got back to into reading after university (taking in all those expansive, in depth articles and books hurt my brain). I made the excuse that I never had the time and now use the excuse that every spare moment is spent blogging but that isn't the whole truth, one of my goals for the year was to read more and by hook or by crook I will get back on the reading train.

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Coffee Table Reads

On occasion we want easy reading choices or books we can come back to time and time again without too much hassle, if you're reshuffling your coffee table and need some more magazines and books to keep you and guests entertained then I have a small selection for you that could be good distractions. As someone who adores reading but finds it hard to put the time in, managable reads have become my jam at the minute. Here are some suggestions for your coffee table, what do you like to read?

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The Magazines I Love

I mostly go for magazines that include glorious photographs in a variety of styles to help with inspiration and they make the reading easier to digest. Being a photography graduate and trying to get back into creating my own works, magazine are a good way to find inspiration to help idea light bulbs appear.

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The Comfort Reads

Reading a book for pleasure is something that I love and have done since I was young but despite my best intentions what with having to write and read (ridiculously pretentious) essays for my university course, I find it hard to pick up a book and physically read. So here are a few books I adore.

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