I'm stewing in those right now. It's great. I'm churning out pages like nobody's business. And it feels so good, it's like a mojo high. But a few weeks ago that wasn't the case. After our move I just wasn't in the mood to scrap. Not even with all the free time I had since I wasn't online all the time. Not even after I finally got my studio set up. It was frustrating but I knew it would pass. That's a lesson that I learned in the last 10 months that I have been doing the Layout-a-Day Challenge on Two Peas, led by the amazing Marci.
I know now that my creativity comes and goes in waves, and it's a good thing. When I draw a blank I know that means I need to take a break, to focus on other things, to recharge said mojo in other ways. So I try to roll with it. I bake, or decorate, or play with photography. I cruise online galleries and flip through magazines, scrapbooking as well as others. And then suddenly one day "click" there it is and I'm off and running again.