If you’re a photographer, your most important environment might be the great outdoors. If you’re a writer, you might prefer coffee shops or libraries for weaving your stories. If you’re an artist, you might have an entire garage dedicated to painting or sculpting.
Or maybe you don’t have a hub but several spaces where your creativity blossoms.
Your environment is a precious resource — among many — for cultivating creativity. What you surround yourself with and consume can ignite your imagination (or stifle it).
We asked several writers and artists who regularly nurture their creativity to share what environments inspire them and others.
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