Writers, artists, musicians - we all complain about the same thing. We never have enough time to create. But what if you could train yourself to be creative, no matter what the circumstances, and create on cue? What if the creative life you only dream about is actually in reach, no matter how much or how little time you can now devote to it? This book was written with one intention in mind, inspiring you to tap into your inner muse and turn out something creative, something that tickles your imagination. You already know you want to be creative, more creative than you already are. It's the step between knowing and doing where many of us fall off the cliff and never recover. Utilizing the creative learning technique of mind-mapping to document your journey, you will design your best creative life. Visualization, tearing down barriers, and filling your creative reserves guide you to productive strategies. Simple instructions make the process of moving from imagining to implementing easy. Open these pages and become a more creative you! About the GOOSE YOUR MUSE Tips for Creatives Series: Building blocks for your best creative self! Being creative can be the ultimate joy - or a disappointing challenge. What if you could eliminate the painful parts, like running the business side or running out of ideas? This series is designed for creatives types in any field, with advice on keeping the fun in our daily creatives lives.
This book is about idioms, idiomatic expressions and their usage. Idiom is a group of words whose meaning is different from the meanings of the individual words: Let the cat out of the bag is an idiom meaning to tell a secret by mistake. Idiom is the kind of language and grammar used used by particular people at a particular time or place. Idiom is the style of writing, music, art, etc. that is typical of a particular person, group, period or place: the classical/contemporary/ popular idiom. Idiomatic is containing expressions that are natural to a NATIVE SPEAKER of a language, i.e. speaking fluent and idiomatic English.