Every once in a while we find ourselves in the dead space of boredom, and there seems to be nothing we can do to get out of it. That doesn’t really happen to me too often. The things in my life keep me busy, and that’s exactly the way I want it to be. However, I am a sponge when it comes to knowledge, and I really want to know everything there is to know about… well everything that interests me. Of course, this varies in subject, and they aren’t always the most common facts that I seem to store in the ole dome on top of my head. There may come a day when that information is useful, so you might as well stock up on every little bit of unnecessary information you can. After all, life is really unpredictable, and having a secondary plan is always good.
Should you ever find yourself bored with most things around you, I advise you to have a quick peek at this video created by YouTube user NickC713. There are facts in the world that might make you a little bit more creative. That is usually the case with knowledge in general. Once you have depleted the source of inspiration, you need to stock up on it again through some other channel of knowledge.
This is easiest done when you try to find new knowledge that might not fit the life you’re living now, but that might make you more versatile when it comes to creativity. Everyone knows that having creativity run dry is anything but fun, so instead of pounding your head against a concrete wall hoping it will scramble things up a bit and create new outlets, the most creative thing you can do is to look at things from a new perspective through new knowledge. It might sound a bit… huffy, but it truly works, and you will most likely find that you will become a lot more energized once you know where to look. Inspiration is not a tamed resource, it requires nurturing and work. Stay focused yet relaxed, and you will grow.