I was talking with some friends today about creative outlets and how important they are for folks like writers, students, and computer geeks—folks who spend a lot of time working with their heads rather than their hands.
When I need a break from word-working, I like to make music mixes for friends, create collages from magazine and newspaper clippings, work on my design skills in QuarkXpress, or take the camera out for an afternoon of shooting. Every now and then, when life gets particularly stressful, I tap into my inner child and break out the coloring books, crayons, and markers.
What about you?
Finish the following sentence: When I need a creative outlet, I...
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