I've been reading a new book, called Imagine.
It's about creativity, and what makes us creative, and what kinds of environments promote creativity.
For any of you guys that like to read non-fiction, you might check this one out.
We know that suffering from an eating disorder or anything like it can severely diminish creativity. We also know that people who suffer from eating disorders are very creative people- although sometimes they have difficulty recognizing that- hello, perfectionism alert... "I cant possibly be creative... I can't draw at all..." or "no way I'm creative, I don't have an eye for art..."
Well... creativity come in many, many versions. Yes, sometimes it manifests as drawing or painting or... you name it. Creativity also can be gardening, developing a teaching curriculum, raising a pet or a child or a plant...
One of the things I like about the ideas in Imagine is that the author takes a wide-perspectived look at creativity, and an in-depth one at the same time.
So... no worries, there's no test :) but if you're in the mood for something new to puruse, you might have a gander at Imagine.