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Individuals imagining themselves as children subsequently produced more original responses
Cool! I will try this!
sylvia, I'm not sure you could get any more creative than you already are. I remember your month of making something new every day!
Great advice. Mind you, it probably wouldn't get me out of doing the housework, I'm thinking?
Simon, if only!
That was so much fun. I'd really like to do that again, I definitely thought about things differently and created things that I wouldn't have done if it wasn't for the challenge.I need more hours in the day though!
Time is the problem, I agree.
Awwww I love my inner child!! It's so dreamy and silly! :-) What an interesting report! I will definitely challenge my inner child to produce - darn it! But no pressure though!! :-)Take carex
Kitty, your inner child sounds lovely!
That picture is adorable!Wouldn't it be great if we could manage to see the world as children long after we had left those years behind?
Kelly, I loved the picture too!I think it helps you to see things from a kid's perspective if you work with children but it is very exhausting!
No problem as have never stopped seeing things with child like wonder! I love those little kids all dressed up so cutely!jackie ^_^
What a great thought - I need to try to do that instead of stressing out!
jackie, I thought it was a great picture too! I go to Flickr these days when I need an image because they have a great creative commons section.Talli, it may be easier said than done!
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