Creative Blog Showcases New Website Featuring Journal Reviews
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NEW ORLEANS, LA, September 11, 2020 – Brooks Manley launched Creative Primer in 2016 with the goal of being an expert source on all things creativity.
“Most people in our world severely undervalue creativity in career and day-to-day life. It’s a skill that can be learned, honed, and forged over time. When tapped into, it makes all of us more effective decision-makers, better communicators, and all-around more efficient people.”
After four years of regular posting, Brooks has uncovered the great benefit of journaling as a skill to build the creative muscle. It makes us more mindful, at ease, and aware – all tenets of creativity and productivity.
With this new focus, Creative Primer has launched a new website with an added emphasis on helping readers find the best journals to spark their creativity and enhance their productivity. Find detailed breakdowns of the best journals on the market – including gratitude journals, guided journals, bullet journals, and more at https://creativeprimer.com.
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