1] Blog Name
3] Blog Age
3] At what age did you start to write and what was your motivation for doing so?
I started writing 5 months ago
4] Does writing/creativity come naturally to you or do you struggle to invent something inspirational each day/week/month?
It is natural to me, just as speaking and listening are.
5] How prolific are you in your craft?
6] Are your writings displayed elsewhere or just WordPress? If so where?
Tier 1 Social Media: Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn
7] Do you ever suffer from writers/creators block? How do you combat it?
8] What is your preferred creative form? [writing/photography/poetry/artistry/illustration/design]
9] How do you arrive at your decision to write/create/invent about what you have chosen as a subject for the piece/s?
I allow nature to take its course.
10] Do you need an ambience to work with, such as music, quiet, scented candles, yoga, exercise, reading, film or something else?
11] What helps you to create your content? [people/conversation/family/health/magazines/newspapers/controversy/funny moments/life experiences]
Life experiences and compassion.
12] Is your content driven by your journey or your story, or by the journeys and stories of others?
The journey of others as well as mine.
13] Are there any specific things which enable your creative juices to flow more steadily?
[overtired/insomnia/mental health/eating/drinking/smoking/surrounded by colour/abstract thoughts and thinking]
14] How long from start to finish would/can your content take you to complete?
Any answer would be wrong, because time or length are not factors in my works.
15] Are you pleased with your finished pieces? How do you feel when you receive acknowledgement from another?
Absolutely, l feel glad when my work resonates with another or better still benefits them.
Finally, what advice would you award writers or creators looking to express themselves and to then display their works to the world?
That they be fearless and that knowledge comes to those who experientially learn, as opposed to the perishable knowledge that is common amongst bald-headed professors. There are three types of knowledge …
… One is of the man groping with his hands for an object in a dark cave. This is the category where the educated men fall. The second is the man with the lamp in the cave. Whilst the third is the man whose sight is illuminated by the bright sunshine.
I urge writers to strive to belong to this third category – the category of perfect enlightenment.
I will take this opportunity to thank Ruskin Innovations for their input into what truly inspires them to write, inspire and enthuse their readership. To encourage and motivate to see without blinkers, and to think deeply whilst continually learning about their life experience, journeys and their stories.
If any would like to participate in the Truly Inspired series – please drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and l will gladly write you up.