Plant it, sew it, ferment it, knead it, hammer it, mix it. I love this quote. Do whatever it is you do, just do it. Make something. Create. It seems less intimidating when you realize that just about anything you do that involves your hands and some kind of other material will result in something new. Making a pinecone bird feeder counts. Making furniture counts. Baking cookies counts. Writing counts, making a video counts. Anything you can think of, counts. Let your imagination run. Remember what you liked to do when you were a kid? Color a picture. Make clay animals. Plant a sunflower. Make one thing today. Go and create!
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