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A variety of outlets may seem time consuming, but setting time aside to partake in one (or more) has the potential to help you find your true self, promote relaxation, and even change the way you handle the every day stresses in your life. Even if you only can spare a half hour a week, you'll be amazed at the positive change you experience!

TIFF is currently looking for creative types, artists, and writers to provide content for our website, app and online courses. Below is a sample of online articles we found that are appealing to our audience.

Why We All Need a Creative Outlet

Do you have inner voices telling you that you can't do something? You're not alone! Jennifer Twardowski shares her personal experiences with self doubt with regard to her creative outlets and shows us how having an outlet helps to you know your true self.

Let's Go Fly a KITE!

Keeping your brain sharp doesn't mean that you have to spend hours honing a particular creative skill. A simple game of scrabble or a ballroom dancing class contribute to your creativity and help reduce your every day life stresses.

Faux Van Gogh and Pinot Grigio

Wine and paint studios are popping up everywhere. Are you hestitant to try it out? Stephanie Russell-Kraft was too, but her account of her experience may change your mind. Art is a wonderful theraputic outlet, so wonderful that you may forget you have wine!

I Tried 6 Unusual Habits of Creative People

Sunny Chanel's experience trying these 6 habits is eye opening, helpful and she gives a great down to Earth verdict of each step. It's important to not apply too many rules or steps to your own personal creativity.

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