Take a break to create without screens or words
This winter, take a break from typing and swiping to create something without screens or words. Consider doing this regularly to give your eyes a rest from blue lights and to engage different parts of your brain.
While you might consult a recipe, plans, or instructions along the way, choose an activity for which the creating you do – the magic – involves something other than words, writing, or coding: draw, paint, sculpt, build, cook, play, knit, dance, make, photograph, collage, repurpose, stitch, fold, hum, or bake.
You’ll find book displays like this all over the library with ideas for things you might make. . .